A2 Consulting is proud to release its largest e-book to date – the BIG Litigation E-Book for Litigators and Litigation Support.
With more than 75 pages of specific, litigation-focused content drawn from actual trials, this book contains a wealth of valuable information for any litigator. While the book is geared toward litigators trying big cases – those with $10 million or more at stake – there is something here for all litigators. We think it’s invaluable for anyone who is conducting a trial before a jury or judge, in federal or state court.
In more than 25 articles, the courtroom experts at A2L cover such topics as storytelling for litigators, mock testing of litigation graphics and arguments, making great opening statements, researching your judge, preparing timelines, and working with the difficult expert witness.
The e-book is completely free to download and can be downloaded here.
Here’s a quick synopsis of the topics:
-- 6 Reasons The Opening Statement is The Most Important Part of a Case
-- 10 Videos to Help Litigators Become Better at Storytelling
-- Trial Presentation Too Slick? Here's Why You Can Stop Worrying
-- In Trial Presentation - A Camel is a Horse Designed by Committee
-- 6 Tips for Effectively Using Video Depositions at Trial
-- Explaining the Value of Litigation Consulting to In-House Counsel
-- How to Pick a Litigation Consulting Firm (Jury, Graphics or Tech)
-- 6 Good Reasons to Conduct a Mock Trial
-- Trending: Mock Trial Testing of Litigation Graphics AND Arguments
-- Top 5 Trial Timeline Tips
-- Printed Trial Boards Making a Comeback? It's Courtroom Deja Vu!
-- Using Scale Models as Demonstrative Evidence - a Winning Trial Tactic
-- 6 Ways to Convey Size and Scale to a Jury
-- Litigation Graphics: The Power of Checklist Trial Exhibits
-- Legal Animation: Learn About the Four Types Used in the Courtroom
-- 7 Smart Ways for Expert Witnesses to Give Better Testimony
-- 5 Tips for Using TrialDirector and Trial Technicians Effectively
-- Trial Graphics, Color Choice and Culture
-- 10 Web Videos Our Jury Consultants Say All Litigators Must See
-- Lists of Analogies, Metaphors and Idioms for Lawyers
-- Teaching Science to a Jury: A Trial Consulting Challenge
-- 3 Styles of Document Call-outs Used at Trial
-- Demonstrative Evidence: Simplifying Technical Cases or Patent Cases
-- Say Goodbye to the David vs. Goliath Courtroom Myth
-- 5 Ways to Research Your Judge's Likes and Dislikes
-- When a Good Trial Team Goes Bad: The Psychology of Team Anxiety
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