The Commercial Litigator's Job: A Survival Guide
American Bar Association, 2005 - 124 lappuses
The Commercial Litigator's Job: A Survival Guide provides helpful tips and instruction on the assignments that litigators are likely to receive in the commercial litigation department of most law firms. This book is not a summary of the law but rather a recipe book for turning out legal work that satisfies the palates of the senior lawyers who give you your work and write your reviews. Book jacket.
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