Some lawyers view oral argument as a mere formality, especially in courts that make a practice of reading briefs in advance. These attorneys think, ‘what can a few minutes of argument add to what a judge has already learned from reading pages-and-pages of my well researched, persuasive brief?.’ But as wise lawyers know, oral argument [...]
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27 Oct, 2011
Clifford Winston recently published an op-ed at the New York Times entitled, "Are Law Schools and Bar Exams Necessary?" The only words I can really add to it are: Nice work!