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Linguistic Mirroring

Linguistic mirroring in litigation involves adapting arguments to match those preferred by a judge, enhancing a litigator's persuasiveness. This technique, focusing on aligning communication styles with the judge's preferences, can significantly improve the effectiveness of courtroom arguments, as demonstrated by academic research published in HBR & academic journals.