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Articles in this issue:
An Ideal Mentor

An Ideal Mentor

Six tips from Benjamin Franklin for lawyers

Gregory W. Alarcon

2014 July


Opinion in the Courtroom: The great helmet myth

Does the helmet protect you? Depends on which side of the aisle you are sitting

Larry Booth

2014 July


Want to get a cup of coffee?

Want to get a cup of coffee?

Civility requires communication

2014 July


Defense mental exams and plaintiff’s psychiatric diagnosis

What you must know before your plaintiff is exposed to the pain of a mental exam

2014 July


A house for equal justice, from design to completion

A historical look at Los Angeles County’s Stanley Mosk Courthouse and its architect, Paul R. Williams, an African-American and one of the premier architects of his day

Elizabeth R. Feffer

2014 July


The art of no

An essay on managing the difficult task of rejecting potential clients

John Hinman

2014 July


Hubbing along

A look at the personal injury hub courts and how to use them effectively

Samantha P. Jessner

2014 July


Overcoming emotional hurdles in mediation

Overcoming emotional hurdles in mediation

Preparing your client for a productive mediation

2014 July


Surprise me!

Surprise me!

It may be time for a little more derring-do in the courtroom

Anthony J. Mohr

2014 July


Improving your experience in the trial courts

Improving your experience in the trial courts

And the consequences of the loss of court reporters in civil cases

2014 July



Abraham Lincoln

Abraham Lincoln

He was called Honest Abe in part because of his ethics as a lawyer for more than 25 years

Michael L. Stern

2014 July


The Case Management Conference: CRC 3.724 meet-and-confer

Truly “meeting and conferring,” with proper preparation, can help identify and resolve key issues in your case and prevent delays

Rolf M Treu

2014 July

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