Many litigators cherise their three-volume Litigation Manual from the ABA Section of Litigation, which collects articles from the Litigation journal. Although I don't cherise mine, exactly, I do like it a lot. Now comes news of The Litigation Manual: First Supplement, edited by Pricilla Anne Schwab. It's another must-have. It contains 1,100 pages and 77 new articles from Litigation. Here are a few of them:
- Motions in Limine: The Little Motion that Could
- Developing Evidence from Nonparties
- Deposition Essentials: New Basics for Old Masters
- Preparing for Spontaneity at Trial
- From the Bench: What Works--Evidence from a Trial Judge's Perspective
- The "In" Place to Be: Getting that Document into Evidence
- Teaching through Experts: Changing the Obscure to the Obvious
Except for a flier announcing the new publication, I didn't receive anything for writing this post. I just like the books. You will too.
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