Trial Presentations discusses fundamentals to consider when retaining an expert witness, managing the development and delivery of opinions, reports and testimony, for success. Managing the development and delivery of opinions, reports and testimony for success will give you a framework to make sure your expert testimony is complete, supportable and understandable by the non-technical people who need to use the information to make decisions.
Creating a trial presentation to help make your case memorable requires preparation. Asking yourself the following questions will assist you in building a better trial presentation:
- What is the main objective or story I want to tell?
- What do I want the audience to know?
- What are the main points I want to make?
- What photos, facts or statistics will be most powerful to my audience?
- What do I want the audience to know at the end of the presentation?
Remember that a well prepared trial presentation will not only enhance your oral presentation it will help people make sense of complicated topics and keep the audience focused on your subject.
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