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My favorite subject...hope you don't mind a scopist's input.
Law schools should do a better job of teaching their students how to conduct themselves in deposition and court settings. Their command of the English language is important. Poor grammar is inexcusable, and uncertainty in asking questions reflects poorly on them and results in messy transcripts.
I don't think attorneys need to match the level of intelligence and articulateness of a witness in order to get the job done.
What do you think?

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