Who is your lawyer, and what does he or she really do? That’s a question that’s not easy to answer—unless you go the source. And unfortunately, most lawyers won’t give you a straight answer.
In What Your Lawyer May Not Want You to Know, Billy F. Brown unveils the mystery of how lawyers work and how they communicate. In simple language, he helps you understand what happens in a law practice, and he explains the problems clients encounter with lawyers and vice versa. You’ll learn
• how to determine whether you need a lawyer; • what questions to ask a lawyer; • why lawyers generally disagree with each other; and • how to gain considerable advantages by understanding the legal process.
Whether you’re a client, a lawyer, or someone in law school, this guidebook will provide you with important insights about the nature of the legal process. Get a rare insider’s look into the practice of law with What Your Lawyer May Not Want You to Know.
Billy F. Brown practiced law for over 25 years after graduating from law school in 1965 and retired as a reservist after serving 20 years in the USAF JAG Corps.
He has taught in a regionally accredited university as a tenured professor for the last 20 years teaching business law, managerial communications, entrepreneurship, small business management, consumer behavior and other business courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels.