The different types of manipulation that people may fall prey to in legal situations – as well as how to fight them
What you’ll learn
The different types of manipulation used in the legal practice (both by lawyers and other stakeholders)
Specific examples of how each type of manipulation may be used in legal settings, including court
How to protect yourself against each of these types, either as a lawyer or someone else involved in a legal matter
Combinations of the different types of manipulation in legal use, including in court
None. A basic knowledge of persuasion helps (knowing what is social proof, consistency, authority, etc), but it’s NOT required.
We all know that, in the legal world, persuasion and oratory capabilities are a defining factor in legal outcomes.
Namely, in court.
In this course, we are going to explore how manipulation in specific is used in legal settings.
Not only in court with witnesses, plaintiffs, defendants, but even with clients as a legal team.
We will explore all the major types of manipulation, and how each can be used in a legal settings.
LET ME TELL YOU… EVERYTHING
Some people – including me – love to know what they’re getting in a package.
And by this, I mean, EVERYTHING that is in the package.
So, here is a list of everything that this course covers:
- How lawyers can leverage “consistency traps”, forcing someone to state something or take an action that locks them into a specific direction of behavior in future interactions;
- How someone can leverage emotional manipulation in order to manipulate judges and juries, as well as how to manipulate expectations in someone;
- How someone can leverage effort manipulation, making something seem lower- or higher-effort in order to twist appearances and how planned certain actions are;
- How someone can leverage standard manipulation, comparing different cases or actions through different lens, in order to obtain exceptions for specific people or actions;
- How someone can leverage pressure manipulation to “break” witnesses or defendants, or to pressure someone into taking actions they would otherwise not take, under pressure;
- How someone can leverage identification manipulation to make a defendant or witness more likable, by being more relatable, but also using it to relate more to clients and persuade them more easily;
- How someone can leverage fact manipulation, twisting specific facts through omission or manipulation in order to make a defendant’s actions seem more or less serious;
- How someone can leverage context manipulation to make a crime or action seem more or less serious depending only on what it is compared to;
- How someone can leverage labeling manipulation, leveraging specific words in order to reduce someone or something into those labels, which can spread easily and even resist evidence against them;
MY INVITATION TO YOU
Remember that you always have a 30-day money-back guarantee, so there is no risk for you.
Also, I suggest you make use of the free preview videos to make sure the course really is a fit. I don’t want you to waste your money.
If you think this course is a fit and can take your knowledge of how to protect yourself from manipulation to the next level… it would be a pleasure to have you as a student.
See on the other side!
Who this course is for:
- Anyone in the legal profession who wants to learn how to identify and stop manipulation around them!
- Anyone who wants to know what manipulation traps exist, used by lawyers or other stakeholders – so they can avoid them