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Interview With Kirk Stange
Interview With Kirk Stange
By Melissa Walker | Mar 31, 2021

Kirk C. Stange, Esq. is a founding partner of Stange Law Firm, PC and focuses his practice on family law. In addition to his years of experience in family law, Kirk is also a trained mediator, collaborative attorney, and guardian ad litem. In 2017, Kirk was recognized by the Missouri Bar for his contributions to […]

Interview With Paul J. Campson
Interview With Paul J. Campson
By Melissa Walker | Mar 24, 2021

Paul J. Campson, of Campson & Campson Attorneys at Law, is an experienced trial lawyer who has represented personal injury clients throughout New York State and in federal courts. His leading practice areas include lead and mold cases, abuse, motor vehicle accidents, and work injuries. Paul has also been recognized for his pro bono work […]

What Lawyers Should Know About Digital Forensics

What Lawyers Should Know About Digital Forensics

By Tad Thomas | Apr 6, 2021 | Tad's Tech Corner

Technology is an essential part of any modern practicing attorney’s toolkit. In Tad’s Tech Corner, join me as I discuss how to best utilize technology– both from a device and software standpoint– during your daily lawyering tasks and during trial. Discussions, as always, are welcome in the comments section below. — Tad Thomas Electronic data […]

Interview With Kirk Stange

Interview With Kirk Stange

By Melissa Walker | Mar 31, 2021 | Interviews

Kirk C. Stange, Esq. is a founding partner of Stange Law Firm, PC and focuses his practice on family law. In addition to his years of experience in family law, Kirk is also a trained mediator, collaborative attorney, and guardian ad litem. In 2017, Kirk was recognized by the Missouri Bar for his contributions to […]

Storytelling: A Technique for Juror Persuasion

Storytelling: A Technique for Juror Persuasion

By Phillip Miller | Mar 30, 2021 | Trial Tips

While many lawyers are storytellers[1], some seem to have a “gift.” When these people say, “Let me tell you a story…” everyone gets quiet. They know the story will be entertaining and memorable. It will be a story they would like to tell themselves. Great storytellers may have something special, but for the most part, […]

How to Learn From Failure as a Trial Attorney

How to Learn From Failure as a Trial Attorney

By Mike Campbell | Mar 25, 2021 | Trial Tips

I recall the first time I gave a closing statement to a jury. I represented a farmer who suffered a neck injury years earlier. I got to know this farmer pretty well and spent time with him on his farm. I became friendly with him and his family. As a result, I really wanted to […]

Interview With Paul J. Campson

Interview With Paul J. Campson

By Melissa Walker | Mar 24, 2021 | Interviews

Paul J. Campson, of Campson & Campson Attorneys at Law, is an experienced trial lawyer who has represented personal injury clients throughout New York State and in federal courts. His leading practice areas include lead and mold cases, abuse, motor vehicle accidents, and work injuries. Paul has also been recognized for his pro bono work […]

Interview With Corrynn Peters

Interview With Corrynn Peters

By Melissa Walker | Mar 17, 2021 | Interviews

Corrynn J. Peters is a founding partner of Phillips & Peters, PLLC. Born in Ontario, Canada, Peters moved to Wisconsin as a child and attended Regent University School of Law in Virginia in 2000. Today, Corrynn dedicates her legal talents to helping families that need the benefit of a competent and ethical attorney while being […]

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