Being a lawyer brings its own unique everyday challenges. For starters, you need to be alert all the time while you are presenting a case in the court room. However, its not just legal knowledge that proves decisive in the success of your arguments, its how you present the case that could swing the fortunes of your case.
A pivotal aspect in presenting effective legal arguments is the use of quotes by famous personalities. Its not just any and every quote that should be used, rather it should be judicious use of lawyer quotes that are relevant to the situation and appropriate stage in the arguments.
Once while attending a legal hearing pertaining to a case in which a close friend had to appear, I was fortunate to listen to the arguments put forth by the learned counsel appearing for my friend. He seemed to be losing the case on account of some inconsistency between the legal provision and the Constitution. But with one stroke of tongue, he managed to swing the courts opinion in his favor.
When every reason failed to convince the judge, he used the famous quote of Algernon Sydney: Laws and constitutions ought to be weighed… to constitute that which is most conducing to the establishment of justice and liberty
The result was obvious. The judge had to give due weight to justice and decided in favor of my friend. The entire purpose of this little story was to drive home the point that lawyers should not just concentrate on collecting reams of books and academic knowledge. Though its important, yet the art of presenting the case is equally, if not more, important. And there is no better mode of expressing your wit and intellect than by astutely using quotes from famous people.
So, hit the Internet and look for some good lawyer quotes for better presentation of your case.