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RTL004 – Good Lawyers Know The Law, Great Lawyers Know The Judge.

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RTL004 – Good Lawyers Know The Law, Great Lawyers Know The Judge.

This is one very hilarious and interesting episode put together by Lois and Dinma.

In the Table Talk segment, they both discuss a quote placed on our Facebook page about a month back. “Good Lawyers Know The Law, Great Lawyers Know The Judge

This statement attracted quite some interesting comments, so, Lois and Dinma discuss these comments on the show and also share their personal opinions on the statement which could serve as an edge for you in the court of law.

Your comments and opinions are still very welcome, its an ongoing discussion you can send them to [email protected]

In the next segment, Lois and Dinma take on the topic Speed Reading. For the past 7 days, they have been on a speed reading challenge, so they share tips to help speed up your reading.

Finally in the Healthy Lawyer segment Dr. Becky speaks on the “Hypertension Conspiracy” hmm scary, but she shares interesting facts to give you a background knowledge on hypertension.



  1. Spreeder (Free speed reading web app)
  2. www.legalstaging01.wpengine.com/realtalkforlawyers
  3. [email protected]

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1 Comment

  1. Abdullah Liman says:

    The proposition is wrong because as a lawyer,you cannot be great without knowing the law.Knowing the judge might just be an added advantage,which even a good lawyer could equally benefit from it.Knowing the judge implies one instance which might involve isolated situation.Further more a great lawyer should be able to understand the judicial philosophy of the judge to enable him articulate a more persuasive legal theory that easily resonates with the judge.This proposition is a very poor one that narrowly suggests a predetermined conclusion:ethical compromise.It’s intellectually specious.