Part II -The 7 Keys to Effective Litigation Timelines

Our final four distinguishers are all about words, and how you use them. Despite the value of non-verbal cues discussed in Part I, words have their own indispensable place in your timeline—and can themselves be powerful visual cues: 4) Font Choices in Trial Graphics Are About Legibility, Not Flair Always start with legibility. As a […]

Part I – The 7 Keys to Effective Litigation Timelines

In a previous post, we covered the basics of timelines: their uses, anatomy and a number of possible types. But because great timelines are so beneficial to so many cases, we thought we’d delve a bit deeper. In this subsequent two-part discussion we’ll highlight the seven key timeline elements that will maximize its effectiveness, and […]

The Problem with Stereotyping When It Comes to Jury Selection

It is very common in mock trials and deliberation groups, as well as many jury selections, to hear someone make the following, or similar, comment, “Well, we certainly don’t want any teachers (or nurses, or social workers, or ‘[you fill in the blank]’) on our panel!” In particular, individuals in many of the “helping” professions […]