Lawyers: How to Win Cases with Storytelling

What captivates a jury more? Facts or stories? Developing a story for your trial will keep your jury engaged. This blog post will help you develop those beginning skills. Remember being a child and having your favorite book read to you by a parent? Or hearing someone tell a funny family story that is often […]

Blogging for Suicide Prevention:Ode to a Friend

Four days ago I answered my phone and was greeted by the sound of weeping. The call was to notify me a friend and attorney colleague had died by suicide, and I was being contacted because she’d left a note for me to take over her cases. I’ve never lost anyone to suicide. Death isn’t […]

The Tale of a Bad Case

This week I had a friend ask me to write about my worst legal experience. I immediately said NO. There have been a lot of gut-wrenching, nightmare making, soul searching cases that I choose not to relive. The more I thought about this, I did recall one I don’t mind sharing. I had been a […]