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Speaking Outside the Courtroom: Public Speaking for Lawyers is a practical guide for law students and attorneys seeking to master public speaking skills used outside the courtroom. Its instructional approach, using text, examples, checklists, and illustrations, focuses entirely on the public speaking contexts and techniques unique to lawyers—presentations and speeches before legislative bodies, civic and other lay groups, current and potential clients, bar organizations, other lawyers, the press, and others. It is an excellent resource for experiential learning courses.
"To improve your speechmaking, read ABA books on marketing with public speaking, using PowerPoint, presentation skills, and storytelling techniques. Also, see the lawyer's guide to public speaking outside the courtroom published by Carolina Press..." — Michael L. Goldblatt, Blumberg Blog
There is a set of 252 PowerPoint slides available upon adoption. You can click here to view a sample presentation. If you are a professor using this book for a class, please contact Rachael Meier at email@example.com to request your slides.