### Browsed byMonth: September 2013

I’ve already published about these two software’s for trial lawyers https://plaintifftriallawyertips.com/trialpad-and-transcript-pad-for-trial-lawyers but  I am preparing for a Seattle trial scheduled for October 14th and reminds me to talk about the usefulness of them again. You’ll recall that TranscriptPad is designed for use with depositions and runs $50 to buy. It can be downloaded to your I-Pad as can the companion software TrialPad. TrialPad is designed for case organization and use in the courtroom. It runs$90. It means I have my entire…

THE SPENCE TRIAL COLLEGE REPORT

## THE SPENCE TRIAL COLLEGE REPORT

Well, I made back from the Wyoming trial college. This year’s class was a great group who were motivated to learn. The subject that week was primarily jury selection. We also started direct examination after demonstrating the listening exercise where people learn how to actively listen. We had the benefit of Gerry doing a long jury selection demonstration. I was able to work with the lawyer instructors in various workshops where the attendees practiced how to do it. On Tuesday…

THE SPENCE TRIAL COLLEGE

## THE SPENCE TRIAL COLLEGE

In 1994 Gerry Spence asked me to participate in teaching at a new trial college he was creating for lawyers to teach them the right way to  be plaintiff trial lawyers. It was to be a non profit college and we would volunteer our  time  and transportation. I had known him for some time and quickly agreed even thought I had no real idea of what he had in mind. The other people, in addition to Gerry and I,  invited for this first college were: Judge…