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- The Life of a Trial Lawyer
- By: Thomas Strong
- Narrated by: Alan Taylor
- Length: 8 hrs and 30 mins
In Strong Advocate, Thomas Strong, one of the most successful trial lawyers in Missouri's history, chronicles his adventures as a contemporary personal injury attorney. Though the profession is held in low esteem by the general public, Strong entered the field with the right motives: to help victims who have been injured by defective products or through the negligence of others.
As a twelve-year-old in rural southwest Missouri during the Great Depression, Strong bought a cow, then purchased others as he could afford them, and eventually financed his education with the milk he sold.
Slow Start But Gets Better
- By Ryan on 01-31-19
Would you listen to Strong Advocate again? Why?
LIKE IT, LOVE IT, READ IT
What was the most compelling aspect of this narrative?
Which character – as performed by Alan Taylor – was your favorite?
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
THE CLIENT WAS GOING TO DIE. MR. STRONG REFUSED TO TAKE A PLEA BECAUSE "THE CLIENT WON'T CARE IF HE IS DEAD!!" HA
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