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Interview with Tim Phillips

Interview with Tim Phillips

By Melissa Walker | Jan 27, 2021 | Interviews

Tim Phillips, of the Law Office of Tim Phillips, practices law in Minnesota and California. He has been providing legal representation in the areas of civil rights litigation and criminal defense for more than a decade. Since passing the California bar exam in 2008, he has handled over a dozen jury trials. Lawyer Minds: Why […]

How Will AI Affect Your Law Office?

How Will AI Affect Your Law Office?

By Tad Thomas | Jan 26, 2021 | Tad's Tech Corner

Technology is an essential part of any modern practicing attorney’s toolkit. In Tad’s Tech Corner, join me as I discuss how to best utilize technology– both from a device and software standpoint– during your daily lawyering tasks and during trial. Discussions, as always, are welcome in the comments section below. — Tad Thomas Whether you […]

The Rising Need for Shorter Trials

The Rising Need for Shorter Trials

By Tad Thomas | Jan 12, 2021 | Tad's Trial Practice Tips

Join me as I talk tips for upping your trial performance. I’ll cover all aspects of the trial, including, jury selection, opening statements, direct witness testimony, cross-examination, closing arguments, jury instructions, and verdicts. Discussions are welcome in the comments section. — Tad Thomas Balancing the pace of a trial with quality case presentation remains a […]

Interview With John Shikles

Interview With John Shikles

By Melissa Walker | Jan 6, 2021 | Interviews

John is an experienced plaintiff’s litigator and trial attorney in Missouri at Carson & Coil, P.C., focusing on personal injury, insurance, and business and real estate law. Whether representing individuals or organizations, John delivers value through excellent customer service and a form of genuine, zealous advocacy that builds trust, respect, and cooperation among all parties. […]

Trial Preparation Checklist for a Successful Lawyer

Trial Preparation Checklist for a Successful Lawyer

By Phillip Miller | Jan 5, 2021 | Trial Tips

Article by Phillip Miller Analyze the Jury Instructions and Your Proof as Early as Possible Using the jury instructions/law for your case list the legal proof required for your claim(s) Chart how your proof meets each element required, including Witness(es) Expert(s) Documents/Exhibits Demonstratives Do SWOT* Analysis as Early as Possible Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats We […]

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