Publications by The Devil's Advocate
Here is a sample of articles and books written by The Devil's Advocate, including our "classics" that have stood the test of time. Many have been published elsewhere and are reprinted or linked here.
Slide presentations are also available.
Books by John Toothman:
Danner & Toothman, Trial Practice Checklists 2d (West Group 2001) (click here to order)
Toothman & Ross, Legal Fees: Law & Management (Carolina Academic Press 2003) (click here to order)
Toothman, The Civilian's Guide to Lawyers (Kindle & Nook e-books) (click here for links to order)
Monographs by The Devil's Advocate:
Client's Bill of Rights
Integrated Management: Managing
Lawyers and Legal Fees
Articles by The Devil's Advocate:
Real Reform (winner of the ABA's Ross Essay Award)
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Publications include: To Get Paid, Get Reasonable, Trial Practice Checklists (West Group); Legal Fees: Law and Management (Carolina Academic Press), CGL, Civilian's Guide to Lawyers, Client Bill of Rights, Client-friendly billing agreement, hourly fees.
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