Trial Practice Tips

My Trial Blog is chock full of trial practice tips. Check out some of the recent posts:
Oops! I Forgot to Object!- Or, How Not to Lose your Appeal at Trial
Direct Examination Doesn’t Have To Be Boring
PowerPoint Examples from Leading Plaintiff's Lawyers
Opening Statement Tips...
Good Deposition Tips
Mitch Jackson, the editor, says "The purpose of MyTrialBlog is to provide all trial lawyers with a one-stop resource to share their trial tips and resources. Whether you are a brand new attorney or seasoned trial veteran, this site is your tool to use, add to, and generally benefit from. Do you have a good "how to" trial related article, tip or resource you would like to share with other attorneys who read this blog? If so, please forward it to for review and possible posting. Posted articles will include a resource line with your name, contact number and link to your web site."
Trial practice is trial practice, regardless the type case. As former Jefferson Circuit Court Judge Rebecca Westerfield (whatever happened to her, anyway?) was fond of saying, any lawsuit involves a statute and/or case law and a set of facts. Apply the law to the facts. If you do that and know how to try a case, you will do fine. Alternative dispute resolution is very much favored these days in divorce, with good reason. But, some cases just don't settle, so it is imperative to all divorce lawyers to keep studying trial practice. Blogs are making this cheap (free!) and the opportunities plentiful.