Put your best words forward
You might be an expert in your field, but you're in over your head in the court room or at a deposition. Learn some legalese so you can be the expert in your field.
Each first expert report you submit in a case is a new chance to make a best first impression, discover preparation methods and strategies to make your report stand out - in a good way.
Whether this is your first court or deposition appearance, or your fiftieth, discover the methods and strategies that will give you the confidence you need to excel.
Did you get another discovery dump from your attorney? Learn how to sort through, organize, and retrieve important facts and documents so you can easily reference them in your report.
Your expert report is a written expression of your expert opinion about a question. Discover how to organize your opinion in a logical, methodological, and accessible manner so that even an attorney can understand what you mean.
Discover your inner confidence and how to express your opinion like the expert that you are. Learn how to deal with questions that seem designed to trip you up, make you stumble over yourself, and how to do it with poise and assurance.
Did you just get a subpoena to appear at an in-person deposition? Or testify in a trial? Are you worried that you might stumble over your own words or have to field questions designed make you look like you don't know what you're talking about? Get the free road map below and discover the blueprint you need to follow so that you can excel as an expert witness and avoid traps and pitfalls at your next deposition.