22 04, 2011


By |April 22nd, 2011|Bench Trials, Judge John Erlick, Jury Selection, Lower Bench, persuasion, Pretrial Tips, Professional Responsibility, Trial Tips|0 Comments

The Courtroom Culture A successful trial lawyer adapts to the courtroom culture. While protocols vary somewhat from courthouse to courthouse and even courtroom to courtroom in the same courthouse, minimum standards of conduct do exist. In the following article, King County Superior Court Judge John P. Erlick provides concrete advice concerning those standards. His advice [...]

11 09, 2010

Bench Trial Advocacy – Article by Dean Paul Holland

By |September 11th, 2010|Bench Trials, Books, persuasion, Trial Tips|2 Comments

The article Sharing Stories: Narrative Lawyering in Bench Trials, 16 Clinical Law Review 195 (2009), provides insights into what is and what isn’t effective advocacy in a bench trial. The author of the article is Paul Holland, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Associate Professor of Law at Seattle University Law School. Besides his duties [...]

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