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Should Law Students Try to Represent Themselves in Court?

March 29, 2018

Via: FindLaw

Depending on your law school professors, you may or may not learn the following legal idiom: A lawyer that represents himself or herself has a fool for a client.

Unless you’re filing or defending a small claims action, if you’ve got a case, representing yourself is a veritable minefield. Everything you do or say can be held against you, and only those things you say under oath can be used to help you

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