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Archive for January 21, 2016

“A story is a way to say something that can’t be said any other way.”

Story-telling is virtually the oldest form of communication and in many ways is the most successful. For lawyers, this may be a very needed skill, that they’re none to familiar with. In “APPLIED LEGAL STORYTELLING, POLITICS, AND FACTUAL REALISM”,(Brian J. Foley, Visiting Associate Professor of Law, Drexel University Earl Mack School of Law), the author […]

Improvisational Theater Skills for Lawyers