This is the "Home" page of the "Oral Advocacy: A Research Guide" guide.
Alternate Page for Screenreader Users
Skip to Page Navigation
Skip to Page Content
This bibliography covers the following source types: Treatises on oral advocacy and Transcripts, Recordings, and Podcasts of actual oral arguments by practitioners.
Last Updated: Feb 3, 2016 URL: http://cslguides.charlottelaw.edu/oral-advocacy Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

Home Print Page
  Search: 
 
 

Charlotte Law Blog

Loading Loading...
blank padding
 

Catalog Search

Welcome

Be brief, be pointed

Lucid in style and order

Spend no words on trifles

Condense

Strike but a few blows, strike them to the heart

Scattered fires smother in smoke and noise

Keep this your main guide

Short be your speech, your matter strong and clear

And leave off, leave off when done. 

Foreword by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, referencing words and counsel from Justice Joseph Story, in David C. Frederick’s The Art of Oral Advocacy  ix-x (West 2003).


 This research guide covers the following source types:  Treatises, Study Aids, and CALI Lessons on advocacy and Transcripts, Recordings, and Podcasts of actual oral arguments by practitioners.

      

    My Profile

    Profile Image
    Ashley Moye
    Logo - LinkedIn
    Contact Info
    Metadata & Digital Initiatives Librarian
    Charlotte School of Law Library
    201 South College Street
    Suite 400
    Charlotte, NC 28244
    704.971.8567
    Send Email
     
    Description

    Loading  Loading...

    Tip