Hardly a case goes to trial without some sort of timeline. Whether it is produced in PowerPoint, Prezi, printed on a trial board, displayed on an Elmo or made using litigation timeline-specific software, timelines are an essential tool in a litigator's arsenal.
Preparing a timeline, like creating a PowerPoint or driving a car, seems easy enough at first. However, like either of those tasks, the basics are simple, but the talent-spread between a novice and a master is vast. Below are 5 tips from a group of timeline masters at A2L Consulting that will help anyone advance their talent level:
We hope these tips help you make a fantastic litigation timeline. If you need the assistance of one of our experts, please contact us by email or at the contact number below.
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