Tips from judges on trial preparation, jury selection, trial presentation, witness examination, and professionalism.

The proportionality factors in Rule 26 give the court a powerful tool to narrow overly broad discovery requests

Know your judge’s procedures concerning protective orders, and review the case law in your jurisdiction governing orders to seal court records.

A useful and catchy mnemonic to help remember how to prepare for and take an effective deposition.

How to avoid repetition but still be persuasive to a jury.

A jury survey allows jurors to give feedback into areas where you can improve.

A good lead is important, whether it's an opening statements, a motion hearing where you have a limited amount of time, or a presentation to a client.

Tips for thinking on your feet when it comes to making and responding to objections.

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