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Imagine walking into the courtroom armed with insider knowledge that guarantees a powerful impact on the jury – that’s the kind of edge you can bring to the table with virtual focus groups. 

Just one hour can dramatically reshape your trial preparation. This episode is a deep dive into using virtual focus groups to gauge juror impressions, assess client credibility, and polish your visual aids for the courtroom stage. Learn the ways and the way you approach trials, mediations, and depositions will never be the same again. 

Stepping into our virtual conference room, we dissect the advantages of conducting one-hour virtual focus groups, a practice that has become a cornerstone of successful legal strategies. Learn how you can harness the chat feature to glean unfiltered juror perceptions and refine your opening statements to ensure they strike true when it counts. But it’s not just about the prep work – I’ll reveal how to use focus group feedback to prepare your clients for the spotlight, safeguarding them from the jarring impact of raw critiques. 

In this episode, you will hear:

  • Virtual focus groups assessing client credibility
  • Client credibility and virtual focus groups
  • Exploring alternative legal solutions

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