REPLAY - TLU Live Vegas 2022 - Best and Worst Facts in Your Case, Develop Winning Visuals, Voir Dire Questions Part 1-3 - Randi McGinn, Deborah Chang, Bibi Fell, Zoe Littlepage, Lisa Blue
Registering for this webinar will give you access to Parts 1, 2, and 3. Use the same zoom link for Part 1 to view Part 2 on Jan 24 and Part 3 on Jan 25.
JAN 23 - BEST AND WORST FACTS IN YOUR CASE - PART 1
Learn creative cutting edge trial techniques from the powerhouse women of Athea Trial Lawyers; Randi McGinn, Deborah Chang, Bibi Fell, Zoe Littlepage and Lisa Blue.
How do great trial lawyers come up with case frames and themes? Through group brainstorming sessions like the one we will demonstrate with full audience participation, including:
-Finding your best facts
-Finding and addressing your worst facts
-Framing your case to tell the most persuasive story
-Finding the best timeline and point of view from which to tell your story
We will discuss use of different types of focus groups to hone your message and story, including:
-In office focus groups
-Online focus groups
-Man-in-the-Moon focus groups
-Conducting your own or using a professional?
JAN 24 - DEVELOP WINNING VISUALS - PART 2
One powerful visual aid can be the key to winning your case. Visuals are not developed in isolation, but must fit into the story you are telling the jury. They should be developed early in the case, rather than the night before trial. Created in your office or farmed out to professionals, the ideas for the visuals must come from the lawyer telling the story.
Each presenter will show and discuss their favorite visual aids, discuss how they were developed and how they were used to help win the case and simplify the job of the jurors.
JAN 25 - VOIR DIRE QUESTIONS - PART 3
Once the jury is selected you have already won or lost your case. Come learn how to:
-Convince the Court to use written questionnaires
-Develop questions that reveal a juror’s true heart
-Ask the Things that Scare You Most
-Develop incontrovertible cause challenges through your questions
-Recognize who is good and bad for your case