If you’re going to go to court, you better be ready to present the law the way it needs to be done. That’s where Professor Nadia Nedzel’s book Legal Research and Writing for International Graduate Students comes in. Nadia and Jason break down what you need to know when you go in a court room, what you can (and can’t) get from an online a-la-cart lawyer, and some of the perks our legal system presents.
[2:18] The things the judge is going to consider when your case starts
[7:05] Why some a-la-carte legal services can’t be officially done by a lawyer
[10:00] The IRAC approach
[15:18] Breaking everything down to show the judge what isn’t the problem so you can prove what IS the problem
[20:14] Our judicial system might be bad, except for all the others