Become an Effective Negotiator

Becoming aware of your emotional reactions can help you become an effective negotiator and know when to replace "emotionally charged language" in your cases with logical, thoughtful arguments. The Supreme Court warns using too much "emotionally charged language" can affect whether or not the lawyer has a successful outcome in trying a case. Negotiating and analyzing is the lion share of responsibilities for a lawyer and if they do not have good communication skills and emotional intelligence to express themselves, they may hit roadblocks along the way in the judicial system. Buy our quick guide to building emotional intelligence when it pertains to analyzing the law or cases and start building skills to keep you in the game!

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