By Professor Nancy Rapoport
Let’s talk a little bit about persuasive arguments. I’m teaching Professional Responsibility here at Boyd Law School right now, and this week’s reading has raised a great question: why do lawyers use “sure loser” arguments? (If you want to follow along, the opinion in our course materials is Liapis v. Dist. Ct., 282 P.3d 733 (Nev. 2012).)
The Liapis case involved the issue of whether a child (an attorney)1 could represent one parent against the other in a divorce . . .
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