Trial Lawyers Section Digest

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    Message from the Chair
    Noreen DeWire Grimmick

    Message from the Editor

    T. Andrew Brown

    Bridging the Gap: What a New Lawyer Hopes to Gain from the Trial Lawyers Section
    Dorian Simmons

    Meet the Scholarship Recipients of the Young Lawyers Trial Academy: Trial Academy: Putting the Practical into Practice
    James Healy

    Five Days…Four Presentations…Two Fact Patterns…One Awesome Experience!!!
    Glinnesa D. Gailliard

    Top Ten Things New Litigation Attorneys Should Know to Survive Their First Day in the Courtroom
    Shannon Howley

    Book Review: Business and Commercial Litigation in Federal Courts, Fourth Edition
    Reviewed by William G. Bauer

    Trial Lawyers Section Summer Meeting Photos

    Join a Trial Lawyers Section Committee

    Trial and Error—Pearls of Wisdom from the Hon. Randolph F. Treece, Retired, for Young Lawyers to Improve Their Advocacy Skills and Avoid Making Mistakes at Trial

    Clotelle L. Drakeford

    Section Committees and Chairpersons

    The Trial Lawyers Section Welcomes New Members

    Trial Lawyers Section Digest Editor and Section Officers

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    The Trial Lawyers Section Digest features peer-written substantive articles and case summaries relating to the practice of trial law. Edited by Steven Prystowksy, Esq. and Andrew S. Kowlowitz, Esq., the Trial Lawyers Section Digest is published by the Trial Lawyers Section and distributed to Section Members free of charge.

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