What It Takes to Be a Trial Lawyer If You’re Not a Man

From The Atlantic authored by Lara Bazelon:

“Last year, elizabeth faiella took a case representing a man who alleged that a doctor had perforated his esophagus during a routine medical procedure. Before the trial began, she and the defense attorney, David O. Doyle Jr., were summoned to a courtroom in Brevard County, Florida, for a hearing. Doyle had filed a motion seeking to “preclude emotional displays” during the trial—not by the patient, but by Faiella.”

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