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The Tools of Argument: How the Best Lawyers Think, Argue, and Win

Narrated by: Ginger White
Length: 6 hrs and 58 mins
Categories: Business, Career Skills
4.5 out of 5 stars (16 ratings)

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Joel Trachtman's audiobook presents in plain and lucid terms the powerful tools of argument that have been honed through the ages in the discipline of law. If you are a law student or new lawyer, a business professional or a government official, this book will boost your analytical thinking, your foundational legal knowledge, and your confidence as you win arguments for your clients, your organizations, or yourself. 

©2013 Joel P. Trachtman (P)2019 Joel P. Trachtman

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Not bad

In a sense just a primer, clear and concise for the size. Probably worth a second listen, I'm sure there is a lot more in here that went over my head. Would recommend.

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  • Paul
  • Jamaica
  • 07-23-19

Ok

Not what I was looking for but still a good read definitely worth the time.

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  • Hank
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  • 10-23-19

Vocabulary used is not for the layman

The author uses some pretty big words. Had to use the dictionary for a lot of them and they weren't legal terms.

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