Storytelling Techniques to Improve Your Next Trial

11 Jun , 2024

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At their essence, trials are stories. As litigators, it is our job to convey that story and the character in it to the trier of fact. In this one-hour program, learn how to better incorporate storytelling techniques into your opening statement, direct and cross examinations, and closing arguments. Master the art of advocacy by learning how to truly tell your client’s story in court.

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