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What New Litigators Can Do To Win Their First Trial

Law360, New York (April 29, 2015, 7:36 PM EDT) -- Litigating your first case is terrifying. Are you prepared? Will the judge and jury take you seriously? Will you ask the right questions? Will your witnesses do well on the stand? Will you win? Here, more than 45 veteran attorneys give new litigators advice on how to handle their first trial.

Michael Adams, Rutan & Tucker LLP

“Young lawyers sometimes focus on what makes them lawyers — their understanding of the law — when trying a case, which is important to making sure your evidence gets in and your claims or defenses survive. But keep in mind that in a jury...

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