Antonin Scalia's 10 Rules of Persuasion
Few presentations have more direct impact on the lives of millions of people than those argued before the U.S. Supreme Court. That's why I was intrigued to read the new book by Associate Justice Antonin Scalia and editor-in-chief of Black's Law Dictionary Bryan Garner, Making Your Case, in which the authors outline their advice on crafting written and oral arguments to persuade judges. Although written with litigators in mind, Scalia and Garner's observations can benefit business professionals, too: chief executive officers, entrepreneurs, managers, salespeople, and small business owners. Here is what they have to say:
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