Addressing the Jury Achieving Fair Verdicts in Personal Injury Cases, Second Edition

Author(s):
Roger Oatley

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. . . Roger's book is a must read for all litigators, young and old. There is no other book that comes close in so far as jury trials are concerned. Jack Fireman, Q.C., Fireman Wolfe LLP Learn the skills of effective jury advocacy from one of Canada's most respected and successful jury lawyers, Roger G. Oatley. Gain invaluable insight into the way jurors think and make decisions, with practical tips and special techniques to sway a jury in your favour including:

  • Tips for improving communication skills
  • Special techniques for effective examinations and cross-examinations
  • Guidelines on the use of demonstrative evidence
  • The latest case law governing opening statements and annotated examples of powerful and persuasive opening statements and strong closing arguments, explaining what works and what doesn't and why
This second edition includes:
  • Persuasive Jury Openings: The Modern Law
  • Understanding Juror Bias in Decision Making
  • The Persuasive Power of Identification – Jurors Prefer to Say Yes to Those They Like

Publisher:
Carswell

Practice Area:
Advocacy,Damages, Remedies,Negligence, Personal Injury, Torts

Jurisdiction:
General

Publication Date:
2006-01-03

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30835630

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30835630

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