Any lawyering skill should be taught so as to provide the student or lawyer with the opportunity to plan, implement, and reflect on the execution of the skill. In these two books, Professors Imwinkelried and Mauet have accomplished just that. In writing books that are aimed primarily at the law school market, the authors have provided a valuable resource for the student as well as for the beginning trial lawyer.
Thomas F. Guernsey,
Evidentiary Foundations, Fundamentals of Trial Techniques,
U. Rich. L. Rev.
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