Posted: 19 Sep 2003
Date Written: June 2003
This text on trial advocacy offers guidance on several difficult and overlooked areas of trial practice, such as witness preparation, motions in limine, dealing with expert witnesses, offers of proof, introducing exhibits, making and preserving the record, and refreshing recollection. Anderson illustrates her points with examples from actual trial transcripts showing the work of successful trial lawyers, including Michael Tigar, David Berg, and John Edwards.
Keywords: Trial Techniques, Trial Advocacy, Evidence
JEL Classification: K41
Suggested Citation: Suggested Citation
Anderson, Carol B., Anderson on Advocacy (June 2003). Carol B. Anderson, ANDERSON ON ADVOCACY, Matthew Bender, 2003. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=439941