For abstracts of upcoming articles, please click the links associated with each title. The full trial techniques and articles will be available to read soon in the forthcoming 43:2 issue of the American Journal of Trial Advocacy.
To learn more about the authors, please click the links associated with the authors’ names, where available.
The Effect of Inflation on Wrongful Death Verdicts
Richard J. Riley
Judicial Advocacy: How to Advocate to a Judge
Judge C.J. Williams
Judge Leonard T. Strand
One for All, or All for One: The Circuit Split on the Probable Cause Element of a § 1983 Malicious Prosecution Claim
Julianne N. Zilahy
Trying Cases to Win: The Legacy of Judge Herbert J. Stern
John J. Davis
John J. Davis is an Assistant Attorney General assigned to the Criminal Appeals Division in the Office of the Attorney General for the State of Alabama. He has practiced in the field of appellate law for twenty years and while attending law school served as a paralegal in the Appeals Division of the Attorney General’s Office. During his career, he has filed hundreds of briefs on behalf of both the State of Alabama and clients while engaged in the private practice of law before the United States Supreme Court, the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals, all of the federal district courts in Alabama as well as all of Alabama’s appellate courts.