Demystifying Misunderstood Evidentiary Concepts – Part One


Arthur T. Vanderbilt, law dean and New Jersey chief justice (1888 -1957), once stated, in describing the qualities of a truly great lawyer: "Unless a lawyer has had experience as an advocate, it is difficult to see how he can be a thoroughly competent counselor, for he will not be able to evaluate his client's cause in terms of the realities of the courtroom.

FamilyLaw Evidence Part One 2014.pdf