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Top 15 Articles from Q1 2013 in the Litigation Consulting Report

Ken Lopez
By: Ken Lopez

Trial Graphics, Mock Trial, Articles, Psychology, Storytelling, Social Media, PowerPoint

top 15 litigation consulting articles a2l trial consultantsby Ken Lopez
Founder & CEO
A2L Consulting

At A2L Consulting, we are very interested in sharing valuable information about the litigation consulting industry with the thousands of monthly readers of our
Litigation Consulting Report blog. Some of our readers are among the nation’s top litigators, some run litigation support departments, some work every day on the challenging and difficult task of putting together trial exhibits, and some are law students and other interested observers. All show a strong interest in the topics we routinely write about:

In this retrospective article, we look back at the articles we published last quarter and point to those that received the most online visitors.  We’ve listed the top 15 below in descending order of their popularity among Internet users.

What I find interesting about this list is how interested our readers were in social media and how it affects the practice of law. Four of the top six articles in the list deal directly with various social media and their impact on law and litigation. Our readers, like many lawyers and observers of the legal scene, are clearly fascinated by the way in which Twitter, blogs, Facebook, YouTube, and other media are changing the daily life of attorneys. Pinterest, which is growing rapidly but which doesn’t yet have a clear impact on the legal scene, ranks ninth on the list.

It’s therefore no surprise that we recently released the Social Media Guide for Litigators and Litigation Support. It is a fascinating topic, our book is a good read, and our readers are clearly interested -- with hundreds downloading the guide in the first few hours of its release. We have little doubt that the story of social media and litigation is only in its very first chapters. Lawyers, litigation consultants and trial technicians are only beginning to tap the resources that are available and to come up with more and more creative ways to use social media in their daily lives.

Here is the list of the top 15 articles in the first quarter of 2013.

    1. The 50 Best Twitter Accounts to Follow for Lawyers and Litigators

    2. The Top 14 Blogs for Litigators & Litigation Support Professionals
    3. The 12 Worst PowerPoint Mistakes Litigators Make

    4. 10 Outstanding YouTube Channels for Litigators and Litigation Support

    5. 20 Great Courtroom Storytelling Articles from Trial Experts

    6. 21 Valuable Facebook Pages for Litigators and Litigation Support

    7. 5 Signs of a Dysfunctional Trial Team (and What to Do About It)

    8. 3 Ways to Force Yourself to Practice Your Trial Presentation

    9. 8 Videos and 7 Articles About the Science of Courtroom Persuasion

    10. 10 Pinterest Pinboards for Lawyers, Litigators & Litigation Support

    11. [Free E-Book] The Complex Civil Litigation Trial Guide

    12. 5 Problems with Trial Graphics

    13. [Free E-Book] The Litigation Support Toolkit - 2nd Edition

    14. Introducing a New Litigation Consulting Service: the Micro-Mock™

    15. [Free Litigation E-Book] Storytelling for Litigators

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