Armchair Warrior: How a Country Lawyer Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Law John Stonebraker

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Published: June 3rd 2013

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210 pages


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Armchair Warrior: How a Country Lawyer Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Law  by  John Stonebraker

Armchair Warrior: How a Country Lawyer Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Law by John Stonebraker
June 3rd 2013 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 210 pages | ISBN: | 8.28 Mb

Youre fresh out of law school. Youve joined a little father-son firm because the old bull can teach you how to try cases.His son cant.Before you try a single case, the crusty, pipe smoking, hard drinking mentor-who-never-was has a near-fatalMoreYoure fresh out of law school. Youve joined a little father-son firm because the old bull can teach you how to try cases.His son cant.Before you try a single case, the crusty, pipe smoking, hard drinking mentor-who-never-was has a near-fatal heart attack.

With no one to turn to, a mountain of lawsuits lands on your desk.Thus began John Stonebrakers thirty years of civil trial practice. Using an eclectic selection of cases, Stonebraker weaves surprise and suspense with the inside baseball of civil trial work from the perspective of both plaintiffs and defendants. Along the way he considers lawyering, judging, expert witnesses and other controversial subjects in a cold, clear light as no other volume does.Some biases will be shattered and others reinforced, but the reader interested in the law and lawyers will not fail to learn much in every chapter.



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