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As a recognized leader in the field of litigation, Martin Chitwood is known for his skills in the courtroom, but not many realize he’s also a master of the written word. An author in his own right, Mr. Chitwood is the writer of, “The Influence of the English Common Law on the Law of Commonwealth West Africa”, published through the University of Georgia Press, which is available through Amazon. Since then he has written several academic papers and been published in revered law journals, and now you can catch a unique and informative glimpse into the Mr. Chitwood’s legal eagle mind through his blog.

Here, you can read about everything from legal tips for those in the medical professions to what class action lawsuits are all about. Gain a better understanding of legal jargon and what it means, the law industry in the 21st century, and the history of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of ’95. Dive into the law through Martin Chitwood’s own words and follow updates in the legal world as Martin offers tips, advice, and engaging reads on a regular basis.

See something you like, or have a question for Mr. Chitwood? Reply to your favorite blog posts to get in touch, or reach out through the contact page.

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