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"Man must rise above the Earth—to the top of the atmosphere and beyond—for only thus will he fully understand the world in which he lives." - Socrates


Planning an effective visualization strategy is a critical element to consider at the onset of your case. In matters containing complex subject matter, it is wise to involve a presentation consultant in early sessions with expert witnesses. Trial PowerPoints are far different from creating useful informational graphicsl early on. The litmus test for an infographic is how well they stand on their own without explanantion . . . what is it's teaching efficacy? Due to the complexity of information, we often need to deliver information in small bites to build the story we are trying to tell.

The legal visualization process is highly revisionistic. Getting a handle on production usually begins at the earliest stages of the litigation lifecycle. With an exercise in visualization with your experts, we can produce the illustrations required to augment the expert reports and package those into your e-briefs for submission to the court.  Having initiated the process early, we make downstream events far more efficient. Below are types of graphic elements in use during the litgation lifecycle.​

Trial PowerPoint:
The staple tool of the trial presentation strategy, Power Point is the workhorse in the courtrrom. It is an excellent tool for assembling most forms of media into a linear presentation and can be operated by the lead attorney remotely. As PPT is ubiquitous across PC platforms, your team can also work with the production files for proofing and editing leading up your event. Drawbacks of Power Point lies in its animation and interactivity capabilities. They can can be very two-dimensional and flat, where at times, you may require more horsepower.

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