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How to Make Video Depositions More Engaging For Jurors

Let’s be honest. Video testimony is notoriously boring. But because it’s so commonplace in trial, and can be a source of crucial evidence, you don’t have the luxury of allowing your jury to nod off. Moreover, you can’t ask a videotape to repeat itself, clarify an answer – or to please stop mumbling; you only […]

Is there Juror Bias Against Female Attorneys?

Gender bias is often outside of conscious awareness and is implicit, meaning that it can occur in stark contrast to one’s consciously held explicit beliefs. Banaji & Greenwald (2002) posited that such social behavior is not completely under our conscious control but, rather, is driven by learned stereotypes that operate automatically or unconsciously when we […]

How to Choose the Right Lawyer For You

Those who work in the legal profession can sometimes forget just how foreign this environment can be for the vast majority of people. And if one has to enter the legal world because of a personal need for assistance, or because finding legal representation for their employer is part of their job, the task can […]