At A2L Consulting, our primary goal is to help lawyers communicate their message with maximum effectiveness. Often, this involves helping to explain difficult concepts to judges and jurors through the use of visual design and technology -- collectively called litigation graphics. Whether you need assistance designing your message or using the technology required to deliver your message, we can help. We do it everyday, nationwide.
Our attorney/consultants and designers will expertly develop your most effective trial presentation strategy and designs for litigation graphics and demonstrative evidence in the courtroom. Our years of experience has proved what the ABA once revealed through study: jurors will understand and retain information much better when a visual presentation is used.
With A2L, you are working with a firm that has consulted on over 10,000 cases, has worked with every major law firm and since 1995 has consulted on cases with trillions of dollars cumulatively at stake. We are a firm you can trust to not let your team down and enhance your likelihood of meaningfully connecting with your judge or jury.
The litigation graphics-related services that we provide include but are not limited to the following (click any topic to learn more):
|Litigation Graphics/Trial Graphics Consulting||On-Site Litigation Graphics Support|
|Physical and Scale Model Development||Expert Level PowerPoint Development Work|
|Developing Printed Trial Boards for Trial or ADR||Courtroom Animation: 2D, 3D, PowerPoint Animation|
|Building Timelines that Persuade||Courtroom Hot-Seat and Trial Technician Support|
Additional Information About A2L Consulting's Litigation Graphics:
|9 Things That Define the Best Litigation Graphics||11 Ways to Start Right With Your Litigation Graphics Team|
|12 Reasons Litigation Graphics are More Complicated Than You Think||All A2L Articles on Litigation Graphics|
|17 Reasons Why Litigation Consultants Are Better at Graphics Than Law Firms||Courtroom Animation: 2D, 3D, PowerPoint Animation|
|A2L Voted Best Litigation Graphics Firm (Again and Again)||A2L Voted National Best Demonstrative Evidence Firm|
Litigation graphics are powerful tools for explaining and communicating complex concepts or abstract ideas. Trial exhibits serve as representations of pertinent information that facilitate a more lasting and believable impression. Most trial exhibits we produce are electronic, however our traditional exhibits range from exhibits mounted on foam core to more elaborate flip-boards, document callouts, and timelines to super-enlarged photographs, physical models and custom illustrations. We will design your litigation graphics to be easily understood and very persuasive. We have created tens of thousands, and no two are exactly alike.
Litigation graphics can be either printed or presented electronically using customized software or off-the-shelf software such as Sanction, Trial Director or PowerPoint. We routinely create a mix of print and electronic exhibits for large trials to keep cost down and to stimulate judge and juror interest. A2L's state-of-the-art printing technology allows for the production of a trial’s worth of printed trial exhibits overnight and, since our founding in 1995, we have never missed a deadline.
"We made the right decision when we hired you. You are absolutely the best."
"I am very happy with the quality of A2L's work and happy with the graphics. One of the best jury consultants I have worked with."
"If you are in need of highly qualified, creative, diligent and personable providers of trial graphics, I recommend A2L. They were wonderfully helpful and supportive of our team and demonstrated, repeatedly, real skill in creating graphic and demonstrative exhibits that captured the essence of our presentation. Just as important, they did this under extreme time and quality pressure and, always, with a smile."
"Your team did a very nice job on the simulation in the engine case and I will certainly keep and your team in mind for future litigation support needs."
"You guys were great, I’ll definitely use you again."