“Lawyers they wish they had.”
For every argument (i.e., the thesis), there is an equal and opposite argument (i.e., the anti-thesis). Knowledge and experience help reveal effective arguments and procedural maneuvers. But they are not enough. To win, one must carry and maintain an unrelenting fighting spirit, coupled with decorum and diplomacy. And when the stakes are high in litigation, our psychological stress-response is only one: “fight-not-flight.” The court is our ring. The win is yours.