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​On today's episode of That One Case, we talk with Paul Campson, partner at Campson and Campson, New York. Paul is a trial lawyer with over 20-years of experience, specializing in personal injury litigation. He represents clients in the supreme courts, federal courts, and court of claims, and he was one of the youngest directors ever elected to the Board of Directors of The New York State Trial Lawyers Association.

Join us as Paul tells us about a case that taught him the importance of being clear with the messages you put out - whether it's communicating key facts to jurors or even marketing yourself to potential clients. He also reveals a common trap young lawyers can fall into and a way to avoid it to elevate your cross-examination skills.

For more information about Paul, check out his LinkedIn. Or to find out more about his work, head over to the Campson and Campson website.