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The Vespers’ Trial Cookbook: Italiano Cucina Rustica with Trial Tips for Lawyers

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Format: Book - softbound
Brand: Thomson West
Copyright: 2014
ISBN: 9780314635006
Service #: 41662309
Pages: 496
Shelf Space: 1 in.
Publication frequency: As needed
Update method: No updating

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The Vespers’ Trial Cookbook: Italiano Cucina Rustica with Trial Tips for Lawyers

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Two experts teach you how to "really cook" – in the kitchen and the courtroom. Follow Tom Vesper and cousin Dom in The Vespers' Trial Cookbook as they take you on a fun-filled, fact-filled, food-filled, instruction-filled journey to prove the unlikely axiom that good cooks and good trial lawyers share the same skills. All the while giving civil trial lawyers tips for success – from Dom in the kitchen and Tom in the courtroom.

Tips for culinary and courtroom success are presented in a fun, educational, nontraditional style. Dividing a cooking menu and a lawyer's civil jury trial agenda into 12 parts each, Tom and cousin Dom have paired 12 tried-and-true litigation tips with corresponding tasty, rustica Italian recipes for delicious food and interesting libations, producing tasty and thought-provoking, educational analogs.

Recipes for success in kitchen are paired with Tom's analogous “recipes” for trial lawyers to try – or try to avoid – at each stage of litigation, to increase the likelihood of courtroom success and to anchor retention.

Features

  • Two experts teach you how to "really cook" in the kitchen and the courtroom
  • Tips for culinary and courtroom success presented in a fun, educational, nontraditional style
  • Recipes for success in kitchen are paired with recipes to try or try to avoid in courtroom to provoke thought and anchor retention