Tag: trial lawyers

Alexander Gancayco

The Trial Experience

Good trials and great literature share many common qualities.  Though long and often tedious, the process of reading a novel or judging a case requires the evaluation of numerous contributing chapters and pieces of evidence.  A few months ago, I observed a trial conducted by the Oregon Department of Justice’s Medicare section.  It was an … Read more >

Ronald Clark

The Storytelling Lawyer

Successful pretrial litigators and trial lawyers are skillful storytellers. It’s been said that in trial the best story wins. The better maxim is: The best story told well wins. Even the best story is worthless when told poorly. Whether counsel is addressing a mediator or a jury, the story of the case is critical because … Read more >