The Art Of A Lawyer - Cross Examination | Advocacy | Courtmanship
Universal's The Art Of A Lawyer - Cross Examination | Advocacy | Courtmanship [HB] By Chief Justice M. Monir , Dr. B. Malik
|Author||Chief Justice M. Monir , Dr. B. Malik|
|Publisher||Universal Law Publishing|
Contents of The Art Of A Lawyer :
- Part 1 : Advocacy
- Part 2 : Cross Examination
This book contains a collection of enlightening and enriching articles written by top legal luminaries from the Bench and Bar, as well as administrative and military functionaries from America, England, Africa, Pakistan, and, of course, India, on the 'art of advocacy, courtmanship, lawyering, and cross-examination of witnesses.'
Despite the fact that the practise of jury in Indian courts has been abolished, I see no reason to believe that any of the articles, with the exception of two, can be omitted, even though some of the articles by legal luminaries from America have dealt at length with the duty to and by the Jury in Court, as the articles also contain guidelines for behavioural attitude by advocates and lawyers during Court proceedings. Because the basic character and values required for advocacy, courtmanship, and lawyering will never change, the articles as 'Pole Star' have been and will continue to be relevant in the future.
'Accomplice Witness,' 'Biased or Interested or Partisan Witness,' 'Child Witness,' 'Exaggerating and Enthusiastic Witness,' 'Deaf and Dumb Witness,' 'Eye-witnesses,' 'Guilty Witness,' 'Guilty Witness,' 'Guilty Witness,' 'Guilty Witness,' 'Guilty Witness This edition is expected to continue to give dominant direction and service in the area of advocacy for practising attorneys in its 59th year of publication, as well as serve as a sermon for, and develop the character of, daring lawyers.