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Journal of Consumer Attorneys Associations for Southern California
 

Appearing in the January 2019 issue of ADVOCATE:

Trial Skills Issue

Framing the employment case for MSJ and trial
MARTIN I. AARONS

The art of closing argument
MICHAEL ALDER

The art of storytelling
DEBORAH CHANG

Dealing with the Cuevas decision
EUSTACE DE SAINT PHALLE, ESQ. AND ANDREW CLAY

Opening statement and the invisible injury
JOHN F. DENOVE

Jury selection: Changes to Code Civ. Proc. § 222.5
MARYANN P. GALLAGHER

Closing argument: now what?
VICTOR L. GEORGE

The closing story
RANDI MCGINN

Storytelling at trial: beginning, a middle and an end
PAMELA PANTAGES

Opening statement: Setting the tone for trial
JEFFREY A. RUDMAN

   

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