1. 1.1 Preparing oneself mentally and emotionally for a career in litigation

    2. 1.2 Maintaining a healthy work-life balance

    3. 1.3 Dealing with the fear of losing a case

    4. 1.4 Controlling your emotions in the courtroom

    5. 1.5 When judges get angry or don’t hear your side of the case

    6. 1.6 Drawing the line between being pliant and being obtuse

    7. 1.7 Learning how to argue in court

    8. 1.8 Making new and innovative arguments in court

    9. 1.9 Managing with a low income during the initial years of your practice

    10. 1.10 Increasing visibility and getting clients without compromising on professional ethics

    11. 1.11 Providing fair criticism and feedback to a junior

    12. 1.12 Effectively assisting the court, given the time constraints

    13. 1.13 Dealing with the distress of losing a case

    14. 1.14 Dealing with pressure in litigation and mental health issues

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