Why Lawyers Suck! – Hacking the Legal System, Part 1
Is your lawyer more interested in taking your money than solving your legal problems?
Does your lawyer forget everything you tell him/her at court?
Is your lawyer unable to give straightforward, simple answers to any question?
Stop feeling powerless and at the mercy of lawyers! In this first book of the Hacking the Legal System series, get the inside scoop on why lawyers act the way they do, empowering you to effectively deal with them. Use this information to saving thousands of dollars in legal fees and to avoid time-wasting lawsuits.
This sometimes humorous, sometimes disturbing exposé shares stories of the author’s first terrifying first experiences in a law school classroom, the first time she made a witness cry, the harsh realities of day-to-day lawyering, and why it is easier to invade a small country than file papers in some courthouses. Interspersed are helpful hacks—practical tricks you can use right away to keep lawyers from ruining your life.
This book is also published under the more politically correct title "Lawyers Decoded." Both books are available on Amazon.com
About Melody A. Kramer (San Diego, California Author)
Melody is a trial lawyer, author, speaker, and legal innovator. She began her legal career earning the prestigious Order of Barristers excellence award for trial advocacy upon graduation from the University of Nebraska, College of Law. Since that time, Melody has earned a reputation as a fearless advocate for clients in courtrooms across the country and an innovative problem solver in keeping people out of court.
After years of practicing in Nebraska, Melody relocated in San Diego, California and expanded her commitment to positive change in the world, raising the profile of freelance lawyers, offering workshops the demystify legal topics, as well as coaching and serving on the board of non-profit P.O.C. Enterprises (aka Pissed Off Chicks) which provides students with the necessary resources for self-defense, self-esteem, and self-empowerment.
When she's not working, Melody enjoys working on her next novel, hanging out at the beach, or just relaxing at home with her teenage daughter (also a writer) and two precocious kitties who keep trying to eat her manuscripts.