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Pew Research: The racial divide keeps on growing  between American generations

Pew Research Center continually puts out well-researched and well-written reports on data generated by their surveys of the American public. They have a newer report out on how generational status is related to views of

Think About Transitions

By Dr. Ken Broda-Bahm: It is one of the basics emphasized in your first public speaking class: Have a clear transition between your main points. But it is also a rule that many experienced communicators set

Making Delivery an Equal Partner with Content

I was standing around a table with some lawyers after a CLE I had just spoken at where I had (apparently provocatively) stated, “Delivery is not the little sister of content in persuasive speaking, she’s

Watch The Weather Channel Use Animation to Persuade

This weekend, television news is sure to be dominated by Hurricane Florence. Many of us will watch the all-too-familiar scenes of high waves hitting the coastline and reporters being blown about by powerful winds. It's

Damages: Know Your Anchor

By Dr. Ken Broda-Bahm: For plaintiffs, the topic of monetary damages can be a bit of a mystery. In making the request to a jury, the appropriately named ad damnum, the question is: How much? Obviously,

Voir Dire Questions: Where Do I Start?

As we’ve discussed in detail previously, the right voir dire questions are those that lead you toward achieving two main objectives:  1) identifying jurors whose attitudes do not align with your client or your case,

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