There are many unorthodox methods for trial lawyers and different disciplines that lawyers can take advice from. For example, we can learn invaluable lessons from the presentation skills of magicians. Continuing in that vein, I examine the philosophical relevance of geology for our profession, detailing the lessons we can learn from geologists. Whether you are a plaintiff’s lawyer constructing your case or a defense lawyer deconstructing the case built by the plaintiff, understanding and identifying geological evidentiary formations, or GEF, is key to crafting a winning strategy.
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