One of the most common mistakes attorneys make in the litigation process is waiting until all the information has been collected before identifying the key themes in a case. A more effective strategy is to identify themes early in the process and then build the case around those central themes. Theme development can consist of anything from brief brainstorming sessions to elaborate focus groups to help generate ideas.
Themes are most persuasive when they are based on values. Bradshaw Litigation Consulting will help you identify the applicable values, interpret the facts of the case based on those values, and put it all together into a compelling story that is easy to follow. Therefore, when you present the case to the trier of fact you will be presenting much more than a list of facts and dates. Bradshaw Litigation Consulting will help you transform the legalese and mundane facts into a compelling story that will resonate with your audience.