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20 Awesome Litigation Articles and 20 Top Social Media Posts From Q3

Ken Lopez
By: Ken Lopez

Trial Graphics, Trial Technicians, Trial Consultants, Litigation Graphics, Trial Presentation, Jury Consulting, Litigation Consulting, E-Book, Jury Consultants, Social Media

By Ken Lopez
top litigation consulting report articles q3 2013Founder/CEO
A2L Consulting

In the just-finished third quarter, our Litigation Consulting Report blog saw readership records broken yet again. I find this fact amazing not only because records have been broken quarter after quarter for two years, but I find this especially amazing since it happened again during the traditionally slow summer months.

In Q3, we crossed the 3,000 subscribers mark (claim a free subscription here), more than 60,000 pages were viewed on A2LC.com, and an astounding 1,800 people downloaded an average of two publications from us (mostly litigation-focused ebooks). We also saw our social media follows grow by the hundreds on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest & YouTube.

I like to track what people read closely since I want to align our future writings and our services to what people are most interested in. Below are published items that our readers read and shared the most during the third quarter of this year.

For the first time, we are including not only our top 20 articles, but we are also listing a variety of social media posts that were very popular. Click through to any of the articles and you will find a button to share each of them on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and other networks. I encourage you to tell others about the articles you like the most. 
 

Top 20 Articles of Q3-2013:

20. Jury Selection and Voir Dire: Don't Ask, Don't Know

19. Improving Economy Predicted to Bring More and Different Litigation

18. Top 12 Litigation Consulting Report Articles from Q2-2013

17. Litigators Can Learn a Lot About Trial Presentation from Nancy Duarte

16. 6 Types of Jurors That May Fly Under the Radar

15. 15 Tips for Great Customer Service from the Restaurant Industry

14. 10 Signs of a Good Jury Questionnaire

13. Will Being Folksy and Low-Tech Help You Win a Case?

12. George Zimmerman Trial: Use of Animation Evidence and Objections

11. 8 Reasons to be Optimistic About the Litigation Economy

10. 5 Ways the Economic Crisis Has Changed Jurors

9. [Complimentary 147-page E-Book] How to Deliver a Great Presentation

8. 21 Steps I Took For Great Public Speaking Results

7. 10 Signs the Pressure is Getting to You and What to Do About It

6. 24 Things to Know About The "New Normal" of The Legal Economy

5. Today's Tech Failure at the George Zimmerman Trial Takes Center Stage

4. The 14 Most Preventable Trial Preparation Mistakes

3. 21 Ingenious Ways to Research Your Judge

2. 12 Alternative Fee Arrangements We Use and You Could Too

1. 5 Questions to Ask in Voir Dire . . . Always

  

Top 5 Most Downloaded E-Books (Other Select A2L Litigation E-Books)

5. Using Litigation Graphics to Persuade

4. Delivering GREAT Presentations

3. Leadership Lessons for the Legal Field

2. Storytelling for Litigators

1. Complex Civil Litigation E-Book

 

Top 10 Most Popular A2L Tweets — Follow A2L on Twitter:  

5. 5 Questions to Ask in Voir Dire . . . Always 

4. 5 Signs Your Verdict Form is Problematic 

3. 21 Ingenious Ways to Research Your Judge 

2. The 14 Most Preventable Trial Preparation Mistakes 

1. The Top 14 Testimony Tips for Litigators and Expert Witnesses 

 

Top 5 Most Popular Facebook Posts — Like A2L on Facebook: 

 

5. 8 Reasons to be Optimistic About the Litigation Economy 

4. 21 Ingenious Ways to Research Your Judge 

3. 10 Things Every Mock Jury Ever Has Said 

2. The 14 Most Preventable Trial Preparation Mistakes 

1. 12 Alternative Fee Arrangements We Use and You Could Too 

 

Top 5 Most Popular LinkedIn Posts (Follow A2L on LinkedIn)

5. Surviving in a litigation environment requires real mental strength, and I believe almost anyone can build that strength. Along the journey from trial novice to pro, anxiety may get the best of you or a colleague sometimes. Here are: 10 Signs the Pressure is Getting to You and What to Do About It — Do you have other tips for managing anxiety leading up to or at trial that you'd be willing to share? Please do!

4. What is your trial prep regimen? Practice a little or a lot? What do you think of this trial prep mistakes list as a guide? The 14 Most Preventable Trial Preparation Mistakes — find this valuable? Like or comment so others may notice this discussion.

3. Trial technology should not make news, but today it did during the George Zimmerman trial. What painful courtroom technology meltdowns have you witnessed? Here's an article on what went wrong at the Zimmerman trial: Today's Tech Failure at the George Zimmerman Trial Takes Center Stage

2. What are your favorite techniques for researching a judge's likes, dislikes and proclivities? See if your method is listed in this related article, and please list it for the group if not. Read: 21 Ingenious Ways to Research Your Judge — please like or comment so others may see if you find this discussion valuable.

1. Follow Joseph Campbell's classic storytelling pattern to present your client as a hero (see free sharable litigation infographic). In this article, Campbell's 17-step hero's journey is translated for courtroom use. Start telling better stories by reading: Portray Your Client As a Hero in 17 Easy Storytelling Steps  ***Please share your best courtroom storytelling war stories and like or comment if you find this article or infographic valuable!

 

 

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