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How Important Is Attorney Etiquette in the Courtroom?

“All the world’s a stage,” as they say; and apparently, that includes the courtroom. From my countless post-trial interviews with jurors, I’ve come to the conclusion that jurors are always watching you – not just to see if you’re a good lawyer, but to see if you’re a good person. Thus, it is important for […]

Does Court-Provided Audiovisual Equipment Help or Hinder?

Courtrooms new and old across the United States are being outfitted with some of the latest audiovisual equipment.  Lots of time and money have been spent planning the best equipment to install, where to install it and how the judge will control it. With that said, the setup is often designed around the judge’s view […]

4 Trial Prep Lessons (and a Few Idiosyncrasies) of Great Trial Attorneys

We’ve worked with many superstar trial attorneys over the years and recently asked a number of them to reveal some of the things without which they would never enter the war room or courtroom. Whether completely practical or endearingly superstitious, their responses invariably tied back to two things every attorney needs going into trial – […]