Sherlock Holmes, the iconic fictional English detective that he was, had a lot to teach modern-day lawyers about logical reasoning and forensic science. The popular and well-beloved creation of the Scottish author and physician Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Sherlock Holmes was an immediate success after he first appeared in print in 1887. Sherlock Holmes for Lawyers excerpts pieces from the various Sherlock Holmes vels and explains how the excerpt can be used in the practice of law.
Cecil C. Kuhne III is a litigator in the Dallas office of Norton Rose Fulbright, where he has been a member since 1993. He has represented clients in federal and state court proceedings involving complex commercial disputes, business torts, and product liability.