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Jurors, trial judges, and arbitrators have grown to expect that lawyers will use technology in the courtroom to help present the evidence. As a result, lawyers must know how to manage the trial exhibits, demonstrative aids, and other visuals to be used at trial in an electronic environment.
Steve Larson begins his review of Show the Story, The Power of Visual Advocacy, “After having read numerous uninspiring text books about trial advocacy while in law school, many lawyers are reluctant to read, let alone purchase, another book on trial advocacy. Show the Story is a book that should cause trial lawyers to re-examine …
Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 23(f), which became effective in 1998, allows federal courts of appeal to permit a discretionary interlocutory review of an order of a district court granting or denying class action certification. This article is written by Steve D. Larson and David F. Rees.