What’s on my Bookshelf – 14 Good Books for Trial Lawyers/Trial Practice

So here are the books I’ve bought in the last 5 or 6 years specifically to help my trial advocacy. Some are better than others, but each one is worth at least a look. In no particular order:

1. Ball on Damages – David Ball

2. Reptile – Ball and Keenan

3. Win Your Case – Gerry Spence

4. Who Will Speak for the Victim – Perdue

5. Words that Work – Luntz

6. What Americans Really Want, Really – Luntz

7. McElhaney’s Trial Notebook – McElhaney

8. Polarizing the Case – Freidman

9. Rules of the Road – Friedman

10. Moe Levine on Advocacy

11. Your Witness – Lessons on Cross-Examination

12. Ladies and Gentlemen of the Jury – Greatest Closing Arguments in Modern Law – Lief

13. Legal Blame – How Jurors Think and Talk About Accidents – Feigenson

14. Exposing Deceptive Defense Doctors – Sims

(Howard Zimmerle is a lawyer from Moline who practices accident and injury law in Iowa and Illinois. He can be reached at 309-794-1660 or hzimmerle [at] mjwlaw.com).

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