Courtroom Presentations: Tips, Articles and Free Whitepapers
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A courtroom presentation refers to both the oral presentation offered by the litigators and the visual courtroom presentation created by the trial consulting firm working with the trial team. Our firm offers services around both the oral courtroom presentation and the visual courtroom presentation. We have been doing both since 1995 and have worked with litigators from all major law firms on more than 10,000 cases with trillions of dollars cummulativiely at stake.
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5 Tips for Effective Courtroom Presentation Timelines
A Trial Team's Responsibility to Keep a Jury Entertained
20 Things to Consider Before Engaging a Trial Technician
10 Reasons Preparing Litigation Graphics Early Helps Win More Cases
3 Year Study Results on Litigator-Juror Communication Gaps
Beyond PowerPoint: Trial Presentations with Prezi and Keynote
Litigation Graphics: The Power of Checklist Trial Exhibits
5 Ways to Research Your Judge's Likes and Dislikes
Litigation Graphics: Timelines Can Persuade Judges and Juries
Legal Animation: Learn About the Four Types Used in the Courtroom
The Redundancy Effect, PowerPoint and Legal Graphics
Trial Exhibits: Using the Document Call-Out to Persuade
Effective Trial Exhibits: The Litigator-Jury Communication Gap
Trial Graphics, Color Choice and Culture
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