Test your case with a judge before you go to court or your conference.
My judicial experience has led me to observe that more than a few lawyers could have improved their clients' chances for success by focusing their presentations better. A judge primarily wants to hear the points critical to the ultimate decision stated accurately and succinctly.
Learn what the Judge looks for before you argue your case and get the answers to the following questions:
Do you have a winning argument? Would it be persuasive or convincing to the judge, or even to your adversary? Did you fail to include an important point, one that may make or break your case?
Who We Are
Judge Nadelson is the founder of this new concept and brings a varied background to her judicial experience. She began her career as an educator before entering the commercial world and operating her own business. During law school, she clerked with the New York State Attorney General’s Office in the Investor Protection and Securities Divisions...
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The judge is not an affiliate, nor shall be deemed an employee, of any attorney, law office, law firm, or other association of lawyers, for whom services were rendered.