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What I loved most about reading How to Win Your Case: A Psychiatrist Uses Famous Cases as Examples of How to Succeed in Litigation is how the author uses layman language to expound on his topics. Author Thomas Curtis writes in a way that both readers in the legal profession and those who are not can understand the context of his discussions. How to Win Your Case has all the tips you need as a defendant to beat any potential lawsuit. You need the knowledge in this book whether you are the accused or the attorney on the defense.
History lovers will also enjoy this book because of the historical references the author uses. The author, Thomas Curtis, gives examples of famous cases in the world and discusses various elements of the cases in depth. When reading this book, you get a different perspective of the law and how it is applied. You virtually take a trip to more than a dozen courtrooms and get a better understanding of litigations. This book can inspire one to take a career in law.
Apart from the neatly arranged paragraphs and amazing diction, one also gets to learn legal jargon. I like that the author explains vocabularies to those not familiar with the law. Despite talking about the law, one can see the psychiatric side of things in the book. I appreciate that the author blended psychiatry and law to give readers better content.
How to Win Your Case by Thomas Curtis has great content for law students and readers in the legal sector. Lawyers reading this book will find it beneficial as the author has wise counsel for them. The topics are also distinctly selected and re positioned in a manner that is easy to follow.
Pages: 138 | ASIN : B08Z79YCLR
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