PRESENTING FACTS WITH THE JUROR IN MIND

PRESENTING FACTS WITH THE JUROR IN MIND

Opening statements and closing arguments are key persuasive moments in a trial. When presenting your case to an arbitrator, mediator, judge, or jury, you can educate and persuade them to be your advocate. With countless trial openings and closings in our careers, the attorneys at Trial in Focus can offer insight and suggestions developed during many years of practice. As trial advocacy instructors in law schools and for The National Advocacy Center, we are also familiar with the most innovative approaches to trial advocacy.

YOU ONLY GET ONE CHANCE TO MAKE A LASTING IMPRESSION

Opening statements and closing argument preparation can be completed during strategic sessions, or additional sessions can be scheduled to work on the specific details of a presentation. Consultation on presentations should be planned to allow adjustments to arguments prior to the actual presentation. This may include modifications in content, style, presentation procedures, or presentation aids and visuals.