Do I Have A Right? Review
Posted: 3 months ago.
Play involves reading the scenario for each client, then using the tools to decide which rights have been infringed. This lets you match them up with the right expert for the case. This all sounds a bit slow and boring but actually, the action is quite fast and frantic.
The more clients you serve and the more cases you win, the faster your law firm grows. This means, more lawyers to handle more cases. You can add a coffee machine for extra pep, waiting room upgrades for impatient clients and use adverts to drive more clients to your office. The tools ensure that knowledge about legal rights isn't required to play. You can use the illustrated amendments, glossary, and voice over to quickly learn what you need to know.
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