Perfecting Your Role As An Attorney

Robert J. Durst, Chair and Shareholder of Stark & Stark’s Divorce Group (NJ Law Blog) and active AAML Fellow, authored the article Perfecting Your Role As An Attorney, for the August 13, 2007 Family Law supplement of the New Jersey Law Journal, online here.

Robert J. Durst, Chair and Shareholder of Stark & Stark’s Divorce Group (NJ Law Blog) and active AAML Fellow, authored the article Perfecting Your Role As An Attorney, for the August 13, 2007 Family Law supplement of the New Jersey Law Journal, online here. The short article is a great trial practice primer/reminder for those family law practitioners lapsing into less than stellar advocacy.

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