Tag Archives: Courtroom

5 Courtroom Etiquette Tips for Illinois Divorce Proceedings

Every time you appear in court, you are being analyzed. The judge will observe you to determine whether or not you should be taken seriously and if your arguments are valid. If you appear to be disrespectful and ignorant of … Continue reading

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Goodman on Nevertheless She Persisted: From Mrs. Bradwell To Annalise Keating: Gender Bias In the Courtroom

Christine Chambers Goodman, Pepperdine University School of Law, is publishing Nevertheless She Persisted: From Mrs. Bradwell to Annalise Keating, Gender Bias in the Courtroom in volume 24 of the William & Mary Journal of Women and the Law (2017). Here … Continue reading

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Courtroom Etiquette

From adoption proceedings to divorce litigation, your behavior in court can dramatically alter family proceedings. Sure, common sense is important, but it never hurts to brush up on etiquette 101. Keep the following in mind as you prepare for court: … Continue reading

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Courtroom Insight: Enhances Expert Witness Knowledge Management Platform

  Courtroom Insight was originally designed to as a Yelp-type directory to enable litigators to locate and share insights about expert witnesses. In a recent interview co-founder Mark Torchiana explained that since the launch in 2010 he has learned that … Continue reading

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Another Courtroom Victory

Congratulations to Fears Nachawati’s Trial Attorney, Brice Burris, and his team on another great victory in a personal injury case in Tarrant County. The insurance company offered a pretrial settlement offer of $8,500 but Brice knew that our client deserved … Continue reading

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