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If you want your argument to have persuasive style, to convince the judge and jury of the rightness of your position, the lawyer standing up and making the argument has to be aware of, and able to use, the moving power of rhetoric.

What lawyers might learn from New Orleans jazz musicians

If you want your argument to have persuasive style, to convince the judge and jury of the rightness of your position, the lawyer standing up and making the argument has to be aware of, and able to use, the moving power of rhetoric.

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  1. Well stated. Many parallels between music/musicianship and business success. More in this research at my blog:
    http://bizmusician.wordpress.com/2010/04/06/435/
    Thanks for sharing the message and for your appreciation of our great city and its music!

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