Every profession has several unique elements that separate it from other occupations and signify the prominence and necessity of field practitioners due to their skills, expertise, and experience. Education and experience required for accomplishing professional objectives separate practitioners from ordinary people by providing them with the necessary tools and expertise. The legal practice is not an exception because becoming a successful lawyer requires rigorous training and vast experience in numerous cases in different settings and contexts. Education and learning are essential for legal practice because they provide the necessary knowledge and expertise for understanding and deliberating court cases. However, education alone does not ensure that a person will become an accomplished or successful lawyer because experience also plays a primary role in enhancing litigation skills. Experienced lawyers stand out from the legal crowd due to their immaculate arguments and deliberation style, mainly because of the skills and expertise acquired during their legal careers.
The legal practice encompasses numerous elements and activities, including offering advice to clients, legal negotiations, drafting legal documents, and representing clients in court cases. Legal practice requires a unique set of skills and expertise due to the involvement of technical elements like legal jargon, legal precedence, and applicable laws. Adequate education and field experience allow lawyers to maneuver the complex legal world and overcome adversities. However, many lawyers do not accomplish their objectives or make a mark in the legal arena due to a lack of guidance and support. Many seasoned lawyers support their upcoming and emerging associates or non-lawyers to steer through the complex world of legal practice. Greg Gantt is also an experienced lawyer helping people understand and maneuver the complex legal practice field by offering lessons from experience.
Gregory M. Gantt is an author, lawyer, and prominent community leader in Dayton, OH, with vast experience in civil and corporate law. He is the author of the book “Order in the Court” which allows readers to understand the intricate complexities of legal practice from a lawyer’s perspective. Gantt has over 27 years of experience in the legal field while working in several areas and representing clients in cases related to corporate affairs, personal injury, and criminal, civil, and probate matters. Gantt worked for the U.S. Department of Commerce as a district office manager in Dayton before his law school education in 1990. During his career as a lawyer, Gantt assumed the role of acting magistrate in the Montgomery County Juvenile Courts in 2000 before serving in Oakwood Municipal Court in 2003 as an acting judge. He also became the commissioner of the Ohio Legal Rights Services Commission in 2005. Gantt became a Special Counsel for the Ohio Attorney General’s Office in Ohio in 2011 and the Ohio Unemployment Compensation Review Commission Chairperson the following year.
Gantt wrote the book Order in the Court as a testament and representation of his experiences in various roles in the legal field. The book is a good read for any individual willing to understand different aspects of the practice of law and overcome challenges or setbacks in the legal field. Thousands of legal books and textbooks provide comprehensive information, details, and learning material for law students and other people interested in law practice. However, a lack of personal narrative and examples make the books tedious and excessively conceptual for most readers. Order in the Court offers a unique perspective by integrating Gantt’s narrative from his vast experiences in the legal field. The book utilizes a novel approach to help people understand legal concepts through the author’s personal experiences and accounts rather than excessively focusing on a theoretical framework.
The book Order in the Court by Greg Gantt helps readers understand the challenges and obstacles lawyers face as students in law school and professionals in the field. The book highlights and chronicles the experiences of a lawyer from his days in law school to his work as a lawyer on various individual and corporate cases. Order in the Court is also unique because it alleviates misconceptions regarding lawyers and legal practice among most people. Every section of the book highlights and illustrates particular aspects and experiences of a professional lawyer’s life and career. Order in the Court also offers beneficial life lessons for both lawyers and non-lawyers through Greg Gantt’s personal experiences. Gantt breaks the stereotypes created by television shows and movies regarding lawyers by offering a factual account of the legal profession.