(Note: The link to this article was removed. Here's a link to the original article on the Litigation-Tech website.)
Just published on the Litigation Educators web site, a timely article on things to consider when you need some assistance with trial presentation. There are many to choose from, but which is the best fit for you? How much might you expect to spend on trial support? Does less money mean less qualified, or does more money mean more qualified? How can you tell if they actually have a lot of courtroom experience, or if they are a trainee assigned to your case? What about software? All this and more is covered in this article.
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