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How To Litigate: The Crash Course for Trial Counsel

by lawgrayson

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How To Litigate is a detailed, insightful–and readable–book on the civil litigation process: how it works, how it affects those involved, and how to affect that process. While it is a must-read for new law grads and associates, How to Litigate is also for anyone who has a business and negotiates contracts and leases, and who sues or gets sued. One reviewer, a NYC realtor, said anyone whoever has to give a deposition should read Grayson’s book. The author’s “How to Litigate” video series can be seen on YouTube.

Reviews

  • sgrayson

    Insightful and witty, this book contains helpful advice for both new attorneys and seasoned business professionals alike. Grayson has a unique voice and his personal experience and anecdotes make for ease of reading and welcome enjoyment–while also learning the tips of the trade. Like all good teachers, there is a balance, and this is a shining example. Anyone would benefit from the wisdom of this book. Highly recommended.

  • sgrayson

    Insightful and witty, this book contains helpful advice for both new attorneys and seasoned business professionals alike. Grayson has a unique voice and his personal experience and anecdotes make for ease of reading and welcome enjoyment–while also learning the tips of the trade. Like all good teachers, there is a balance, and this is a shining example. Anyone would benefit from the wisdom of this book. Highly recommended.

  • lawgrayson

    Insightful and witty, this book contains helpful advice for both new attorneys and seasoned professionals alike. Grayson has a unique voice and his personal experience and anecdotes make for ease of reading and welcome enjoyment–while also learning the tips of the trade. Like all good teachers, there is a balance, and this is a shining example. Anyone would benefit from the wisdom of this book. Highly recommended.