Cal. Litig. 2015, Volume 28, Number 1
- A Fond Vaarwel...
- A Path to Writeousness: What the Seven Deadly Sins Might Teach Us About Written Advocacy
- Adr Update: Dealing with Ab 2617
- Be Prepared: Your Week in Legal London Jurisdiction is no bar - the English barrister is abroad
- Editor's Foreword Class Without Ostentation
- Employers Take Note: the U.S. Supreme Court Has Entered the Digital Age
- Forfeiture at the Pleading Stage: Ask Permission First, Don't Apologize Later
- "I Learned About Litigating from That" Adapt and Take Advantage of Opportunities
- Litigation Section Executive Committee Past Chairs
- McDermott On Demand: Pass the Scalpel, Please
- Past Editors-in-Chief
- Reclaiming Our Noble Profession: Civility in the Practice of Law
- Table of Contents
- The Disentitlement Doctrine: a Trap for Unwary Judgment Debtors in Civil Appeals
- The Fine Line Between Protected Demand Letters and Extortion
- The Litigator's Must-Know Lexicon of Idioms Used by Young Business Professionals
- Trial Lawyers Hall of Fame: Being a Trial Lawyer
Trial Lawyers Hall of Fame: Being a Trial Lawyer
By Cris Arguedas
I’ve been a trial lawyer for more than 30 years. My practice has always been exclusively criminal, and I have defended every kind of case. We like to say, in our firm, that no case is too big and no case is too small. From murder to fraud, from white collar to no collar, from drugs to disturbing the peace, I’ve handled all those cases, and I still do.
After more than 3 decades, I still think I have the best job in the world.