Being able to communicate effectively—both in writing and in speech—is perhaps the most important skill that an attorney can possess. Although we are taught, before attending law school and throughout law school, how to convey our ideas, the practice of law demands continued refinement of our skills. We must be able to think and express concepts logically, clearly, persuasively or objectively (as the circumstance requires), and with an awareness of our audience and cognitive biases. This presentation is designed to address these communication skills.
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