WHAT IS THE “LAW OF LEVERAGE?“
Leverage is defined as a small force placed in a strategic place that can bring extraordinary movement. It is a mechanical form of the principle of multiplication.
Leverage the scales of justice by sharing knowledge and experience of each other –
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Steven J. Harper is an adjunct professor at Northwestern University and a regular contributor to The American Lawyer — Am Law Daily. For 30 years prior to his recent retirement, he was a litigator in a large international law firm, Kirkland & Ellis LLP, which he joined upon graduation from Harvard Law School (magna cum laude) and Northwestern University (combined B.A/M.A. degrees with distinction and Phi Beta Kappa). He is a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers and has been included in Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business and The Best Lawyers in America.