Award winning author Wael Badawy, PhD is publishing a new book entitled The non-legal guide to Win Your Case.
Online PR News – 25-November-2015 – calgary, alberta – PRESS RELEASE
For Immediate Release
New Book Reveals proven strategies to guarantee results in court litigations for self-represented litigants and unrepresented individuals in disputes and/or litigations.
Award winning author Wael Badawy, PhD is publishing a new book entitled The non-legal guide to Win Your Case. It will show how to overcome the barriers of
• Managing your litigation in court
• Accessing the court and filing in court
• Appearing before a judge and winning your argument
The book is to be published is Spring of 2016 and will reveal practical strategies designed to help readers:
• Effectively and cost efficiently manage your litigation in court
• Access alternative dispute mechanisms
• Retain special-purpose lawyers
In an unprecedented move, the author is offering a limited amount of FREE copies of the book when it is released. To reserve your space on the waiting list, you are encouraged to complete the form on http://freebook.standforyourself.com.
"Unfortunately, many Canadian men and women find themselves unable, mainly for financial reasons, to access the Canadian justice system. Some of them [then] decide to become their own lawyers. Our courtrooms today are filled with litigants who are not represented by counsel, trying to navigate the sometimes complex demands of law and procedure. Others simply give up."
Rt. Hon. Beverley McLachlin, Chief Justice of Canada.
The author of the book, Wael Badawy, PhD (http://www.badawy.ca), is a world-leading, multi-awarded researcher, entrepreneur, and educator who has lectured around the globe. Overnight, he found the need to self-represent himself in a Canadian court. From this experience, he developed a strategy from which he emerged victorious in different levels of courts. To assist others, he has now founded StandforYourself as a way to give those in need the most cost-effective approach to stand for their rights.