Click below to listen to this interview with Professor John Sonsteng.
In many ways, it is the law and how it is perceived that binds entire societies together. Law is critical to determine what the rules mean and what happens when it appears that somebody has failed to follow those rules. However, what exactly are the roles of lawyers and what makes a good advocate? Further, is this the same everywhere or is there something that makes one society more or less unique than another?
Professor John Sonsteng joins me for a discussion on law in an eveer changing world and his work teaching lawyers across the world how to cross-examine and refine their craft. Professor Sonsteng is a proefessor at William Mitchell College of Law in St. Paul, MN and the Regional Director fo the National Institute of Trial Advocacy.
I really hope you enjoy this really interesting conversation. I certainly tossed a few of my own opinions in this one so forgive me.