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What will jurors think about your case?

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Persuasion Tips

Voir Dire Score-Keeping

I think about your courtroom challenges all the time. For instance, last week, I was lying on the operating table in my paper gown, waiting for surgery to begin. On the wall was a sign that said, “Did you take a time-out?” I instantly thought, “That’s like from the ‘The Checklist Manifesto’ by Atul Gawande [2009, Henry Holt and Company, [...]

Recruiting the Protagonist

For way too many years, I have badgered and pleaded with you to tell a good story in your opening; a story so good that jurors would rather see your opening again than watch Season 6 of Schitt’s Creek. Every good story-telling model is a template with these 6 essential ingredients: Title Setting Protagonist Imbalance Balance Solution All of these [...]

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