What separates the good attorneys from the great attorneys? What gives “the greats” the edge?
Credibility. An honest connection to the trier of fact. The ability to build relationships with their listeners. Stage presence. The ability to structure a persuasive and compelling story.
The good news is that all of these skills can be learned. You need not be born a great orator to become a truly great advocate.
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