Don't get 'Upstaged' -- Staging in the Courtroom for Lawyers

26 Jul , 2024

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Studies show that only seven percent of what we communicate are our spoken words. As much as 93% of what we communicate is nonverbal. Our bodies are our frontline of expression. It’s what everyone sees. There is no hiding it.

Every gesture has enormous implications in telling a story, and the courtroom is no exception. The jury can see your whole body in the courtroom, so you might as well be aware of what it’s doing and use it to say everything that you mean it to say.

This presentation is a flesh blend of theater, psychology, and the law. In it, we’ll cover the following topics:

Nonverbal Communication

Unity of Opposites

Syncing Nonverbal Communication with Verbal Communication to tell an unforgettable story

Economy of Movement

Movement in the Courtroom

 

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