The Paralegal Society™

Richard Cook

By: Richard A. Cook, Esq. 
(Guest Blogger)

Good day, TPS readers! We hope this post finds you doing well on this mid-week marker, otherwise known as “Wonderful Wednesday.” We sure hope your paralegal horse has some extra “giddy up” today, folks, because we’re here to talk about a fantastic and challenging legal concept: the cross-examination of expert witnesses. You may get away with not learning much in the realm of substantive lawyer “stuff” for the first 5 years of your career, but those paralegals who’ve punched the paralegal card 10+ years typically command higher salaries, and the reason they command those fabulous, higher salaries is simple: they know stuff, including a lot of substantive “lawyery” stuff. (Think I just made up a new word – lawyery – let’s run with it!)

Your crash course on the cross examination of expert witnesses begins…right now!

Reprinted with permission from The Barrister’s Toolbox:www.the-barristers-toolbox.com.

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