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Think Like a Lawyer, Don't Act Like One

The first edition in the 'Think Like a Pro' series (sold over 94.000 copies)!
Aernoud Bourdrez
Article number: 9789063695354
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The first edition in the 'Think Like a Pro' series (sold over 94.000 copies)!

The series provides 75 quirky, one-paragraph lessons taken from the field of law, management, design, and art – ready-to-implement into your daily life. A thought-provoking and most of all amusing collection of lesson derived from the authors’ experience.

Think like a Lawyer, Don’t Act Like One provides strategies to solve conflicts. Co-developed by Harvard University, many laywers, three bonobo’s, two kissing boxers, a cowboy, Mikael Gorbatsjov, Sun Tze en John Rambo. Think Like a Lawyer Don’t Act Like One can be used when dealing with grumpy police officers, angry neighbours, unwilling debtors, failing clients, nasty lawyers and other conflict seekers. Each strategy is thoroughly tested and can be used at the kitchen table, on the street and in the boardroom. All 75 rules are illustrated in a funny way. This is a complete and tested ready to use guide to prevent and solve conflicts.

Author

Aernoud Bourdrez is a copyright lawyer and negotiator. Now acts on behalf of visual artists, photographers, designers and architects. He has successfully negotiated in conflicts across more than 40 countries.

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"It's great"
-Paul Smith 

"In 75 witty and richly illustrated lessons, this book explains how to deal with inter-human disagreements"
- Playboy 

 "Filled with sage advice, great pictures and an entertaining read -I highly recommend it!"
-Ron Galella 

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€ 14.99 - Available from 2020

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ISBN: 978 90 6369 287 2
Author: Asterios Agkathidis
Format: paperback
Dimensions: 15 x 10.5 cm
Pages: 160

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