Storytelling in the Courtroom (Volume 2) -- The Arc of Telling a Riveting Story

07 Nov , 2023

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In this presentation, we'll cover the beats that all great stories go through. From there, we'll discuss the importance of finding the tempo of the narrative pace, the rule of three's and how to apply it, and how to build suspense. In doing so, we'll visit the works of some famous authors like Edgar Allan Poe and Stephen King to see what literary devices they employ. This will enhance your ability to tell your client's story to the jury in a way that will leave an unforgettable impression.

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