Thursday, April 3, 2008

McElhaney Looks at Jury Selection

Longtime NITA faculty member, Jim McElhaney, is a senior editor and columnist of the ABA Section of Litigation's magazine, Litigation. He also recently wrote a piece that was featured in the April issue of the ABA Journal, cleverly titled "Rejiggering Jury Selection."

He writes: "I would have thought that the National Institute for Trial Advocacy, the Inns of Court, and other organizations have done a lot to help those problems," said Judge Standwell.

"They've helped," said Angus, "But like plain speaking and clear thinking, simple excellence is still in short supply."

To read the rest of the story, visit The ABA Journal.

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