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Advocacy & Alternative Dispute Resolution: Trial Advocacy

This guide provides links and descriptions to many of the library's resources related to advocacy and dispute resolution, including trial advocacy, client counseling, negotiation, mediation, arbitration, evidence and professional responsibility.

Introduction

This guide provides links to and descriptions of many of the Library's most important and popular resources regarding all aspects of trial advocacy, from preparing for trial to closing arguments. Most of these sources exist in print, while others are online. Navigate to the subpages of this guide using the drop-down menu in the above tab.

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