Kellermann's Kollectionn of Helpful Trial Background Books on:
TRIAL COMMUNICATION, PERSUASION, & PSYCHOLOGY
Last Updated 07/11/06


  1. Aldisert, Ruggero J. (1997). Logic for Lawyers: A Guide to Clear Legal Thinking (3rd ed.). South Bend, IN: National Institute for Trial Advocacy.

  2. Ball, David. (1997). Theater Tips & Strategies for Jury Trials (2nd ed.). Notre Dame, IN: National Institute for Trial Advocacy.

  3. Childress, Celia W., & Harrison, David B. (Ed.). (1995). Persuasive Delivery in the Courtroom. Rochester, NY: Lawyers Cooperative Pub. Co.

  4. Crawford, Richard J. (1991). The Persuasion Edge: Winning Psychological Strategies and Tactics for Lawyers. New York: John Wiley.

  5. Gardner, James A. (1993). Legal Argument: The Structure and Language of Effective Advocacy. Charlottesville, VA: Michie.

  6. Gaskins, Richard H. (1992). Burdens of Proof in Modern Discourse. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.

  7. Gianna, Dominic J. (1996). Power, Passion & Persuasion; Advocacy Inside & Out. Minnetonka, MN: Professional Education Group.

  8. Gibson, Dirk C. (1992). The Role of Communication in the Practice of Law. Lanham, MD: University Press of America.

  9. Guastaferro, Joseph V. (1989). Persuasion in the Courtroom (rev. ed.). Minnetonka, MN: Professional Education Group.

  10. Hamlin, Sonia. (1985). What Makes Juries Listen: A Communications Expert Looks at the Trial. New York: Law & Business, Inc.

  11. Herbert, David L., & Barrett, Roger K. (1980). Attorney's Master Guide to Courtroom Psychology; How to Apply Behavioral Science Techniques for New Trial Success. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Executive Reports Corporation.

  12. Iannuzzi, John Nicholas. (1992). Trial: Strategy and Psychology. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.

  13. Jacquemet, Marco. (1996). Credibility in Court: Communicative Practices in the Camorra Trials. New York: Cambridge University Press.

  14. Kapardis, Andreas. (1997). Psychology and Law: A Critical Introduction. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

  15. Kassin, Saul M., & Wrightsman, Lawrence S. (Eds.). (1985). The Psychology of Evidence and Trial Procedure. Ann Arbor, MI: Books on Demand.

  16. Kerr, Norbert L., & Bray, Robert M. (Eds.). (1982). The Psychology of the Courtroom. New York: Academic Press.

  17. Klonoff, Robert H. (1990). Sponsorship Strategy. Charlottesville, Va.: Michie.

  18. Krivoshey, Robert M. (Ed.). (1994). Readings in Trial Advocacy and the Social Sciences -- A Four Volume Anthology of Scholarly Articles. Volume 2: Opening Statement, Closing Argument, and Persuasion in Trial Advocacy. New York: Garland Publishing.

  19. Krivoshey, Robert M. (Ed.). (1994). Readings in Trial Advocacy and the Social Sciences -- A Four Volume Anthology of Scholarly Articles. Volume 3: Presentation of Evidence to Juries. New York: Garland Publishing.

  20. Leathers, Dale. (1997). Successful Nonverbal Communication: Principles and Applications (3rd ed.). Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon. [expected]

  21. Lisnek, Paul M. (1994). The Cutting Edge: Advanced Courtroom Communication and Persuasion Techniques. Chicago, IL: Paul M. Lisnek & Associates.

  22. Lisnek, Paul M., & Oliver, Eric G. (1994). The Complete Litigator: Reality, Perception and Persuasion In and Out of Court. Westtown, PA: Andrews Professional Books.

  23. Lucas, Richard H., & McCoy, K. Byron. (1993). The Winning Edge: Effective Communication and Persuasion Techniques for Lawyers. New York: Wiley Law Pubs.

  24. Matlon, Ronald J. (1988). Communication in the Legal Process. Orlando, FL: Harcourt Brace.

  25. Matlon, Ronald J., & Crawford, Richard J. (1983). Communication Strategies in the Practice of Lawyering: Proceedings of the 1983 Summer Conference on Communication Strategies in the Practice of Lawyering. Annandale, VA: Speech Communication Association.

  26. Mauet, Thomas A., & Gianna, Dominic J. (1992). A Day on Trial; The Secrets of Persuasion. Minnetonka, MN: Professional Education Group.

  27. Napley, David. (1991). The Technique of Persuasion. London, UK: Sweat & Maxwell.

  28. Nelson, Noelle. C. (1991). A Winning Case: How to Use Persuasive Communication Techniques for Successful Trial Work. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.

  29. Rieke, Richard D., & Stutman, Randall K. (1992). Communication in Legal Advocacy. Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina Press.

  30. Roberts, Margaret C. (1987). Trial Psychology: Communication and Persuasion in the Courtroom. Charlottesville, VA: Michie.

  31. Saks, Michael J., & Hastie, Reid. (1986). Social Psychology in Court. Melbourne, AU: Krieger Pub.

  32. Sannito, Thomas. (1992). Courtroom Psychology for Trial Lawyers. New York: John Wiley & Sons.

  33. Sarat, Austin, & Kearns, Thomas R. (Eds.). (1996). The Rhetoric of Law. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press.

  34. Schiappa, Edward. (Ed.). (1995). Warranting Assent: Case Studies in Argument Evaluation. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press.

  35. Schuetz, Janice & Lilley, Lin S. (1999). The O.J. Simpson Trials: Rhetoric, Media, and the Law. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University.

  36. Smith, Lawrence J., & Malandro, Loretta A. (1985). Courtroom Communication Strategies (with 1988 cumulative supplement). New York: Kluwer Law Book Pub.

  37. Spence, Gerry. (1995). How to Argue and Win Every Time: At Home, At Work, In Court, Everwhere, Every Day. New York: St. Martin's Griffin.

  38. Taylor, K. Phillip. (1984). Communication Strategies for Trial Attorneys. Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley Educational Pub.

  39. Vandevelde, Kenneth J. (1996). Thinking Like a Lawyer: An Introduction to Legal Reasoning. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.

  40. Vinson, Donald E. (1986). Jury Trials: The Psychology of Winning Strategy. Charlottesville, --: Michie Butterworth.

  41. Vinson, Donald E. (1993). Jury Persuasion: Psychological Strategies & Trial Techniques. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.

  42. Vinson, Donald E., & Davis, David S. (1996). Jury Persuasion: Psychological Strategies & Trial Techniques (3rd ed., rev.) Little Falls, --: Glasser LegalWorks.

  43. Waller, Bruce N. (1994). Critical Thinking: Consider the Verdict (2nd ed.). Englewood Cliffs, NH: Prentice Hall.

  44. Wigmore, John H. (1988). The Principles of Judicial Proof; As Given by Logic, Psychology, & General Experience & Illustrated in Judicial Trials. Littleton, CO: Fred B. Rothman. [reprint]

  45. Wilkins, Fred. (1994). Persuasive Jury Communication: Case Studies from Successful Trials. Colorado Springs, CO: Shepard's/McGraw-Hill.

  46. Wright, Edward T. (1987). How to Use Courtroom Drama to Win Cases. ----: Prentice Hall.

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