Two articles (authored by researchers with opposing perspectives on the prevalence of narcissism in Gen Y) present evidence for their differing positions on narcissism and Generation Y. Three experienced trial consultants offer their reactions on how this controversy should be considered in litigation advocacy. Each set of authors then responds to the trial consultant comments.
How to question child witnesses in sexual abuse cases without re-traumatizing the child or looking like a bully. Matter-of-fact and straightforward strategies and sample questions.
A voir dire strategy to help you identify the impact of a juror's prior experiences on your specific case facts and to aid you in making good decisions about striking specific jurors.
Improve your litigation advocacy by learning (and then practicing) tactics recognized as legitimate detectors of deception.
An article ten years in the making on how the process of participating in jury deliberation makes us better citizens. With responses by two experienced trial consultants.
How technology can be used in high profile trials to clearly communicate your message and aid jurors in hearing it.
An experienced trial consultant presents his perspective on the importance of preparing expert witnesses to be better teachers for your jury.
An experienced trial consultant looks at how to identify the specific sort of preparation your expert witness needs by assessing witnesses individually and planning tailored interventions.