Women Being Told What to Wear

When Wardrobe Choices are Dictated by the Boss - Female Lawyers Advised on Courtroom Attire

Hard to believe, but women litigating cases are being guided by law firms to wear suits and leave the skirts at home.

Professional dress code for litigators in the workplace.

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Discovering and Investigating: Illustrating Information Gathering

A Closer Look at Procedures of Lawyers and Private Investigators

The American Bar Association commissioned these pieces for a couple of recent magazine articles.

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Above: 'Your Opponent Can Discover Your Experts' considers how, surprisingly, opposing lawyers can request the name of every expert their counterpart may be using in a case.

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The second piece, 'Friending, Pretexting and Private Eyes' concerns how private investigators may pretend to be someone they're not in order to obtain information, especially in online networking. Fake nose/glasses optional.

Thanks to the ABA!

 

Trial Lawyers as Storytellers: new Corporate Editorial Illustration

Writing a Trial Story that Comes to Life is Key to Courtroom Success

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This art for the American Bar Association magazine 'Litigation' related to a young attorney learning the need to tell a story -- a complex one about a birth injury case -- and how to write it in a way that will engage and persuade a judge and jury.

Always a pleasure working with the ABA and thanks to them for being such fans of illustration.

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