Responsible for the preparation and presentation of evidence for trial, arbitrations, mediations, hearings, jury research
and client meetings. Demonstrated ability to work effectively with a trial teams throughout the litigation lifecycle. This
individual will be responsible for identifying and scanning exhibits, scripting with the attorneys, setting up the
courtroom, and sitting ‘hot seat’ during trial. Initial intake and assessment of trial needs. Manage internal trial
presentation consultants and independent contractors. Vendor Management. Ability to speak effectively in sales
presentation support role. Estimate fees and expenses, generate proposals, for sales
Job Intake – Intake initial calls for trial presentation services, assess needs and create service plan. Receive
initial logistic information on trial information from direct contact with litigation team or internal sales
contact. Set up clear lines of communication with trial team to coordinate all aspects of trial needs.
Trial logistics – Follow thru with logistical coordination received from Senior Trial Presentation
Consultant/Coordinator and/or external litigation team members (paralegals, associates, trial
attorneys). Confirm lines of communication to carry out all trial logistics as listed below.
Trial presentation job management – Launch service plan and assign internal and independent trial presentation
consultants to confirmed projects.
Internal team communication ‐ Collaborate and communicate with internal interdisciplinary groups in the
litigation consulting departments (graphic designers, jury consultants, etc).
Court room technology ‐ Design courtroom display schematics for courtroom and install presentation
equipment. Survey courtroom and recommend best use of presentation display technology (projectors,
monitors, VGA distribution boxes, VGA switchers, audio, document projectors, matrix switches)
Trial Exhibits – Receive electronic and or paper exhibits from client. Manage document conversion internally or
with outside vendors (scanning specs, Output specifications, costs, etc.) to build document data base with in
Trial Director. Understanding of Adobe software to convert and label documents as needed.
Video preparation and editing for trial ‐ Ability to prepare, convert, edit and synchronize video using standard
off the shelf software (Adobe Premier, TMPG, etc) and industry specific software such as Time Coder Pro, Live
Note and Trial Director.
War‐room set up – Assess and advise on clients’ needs for on‐site/mobile war room. Basic knowledge of
networking for wired and wireless access to printers and scanners.
On the fly graphics ‐ Develops and edit simple graphic images and exhibits using standard off the shelf software
packages such as Microsoft Office suite of products and Adobe design software.
Presentation at trial ‐ Court room multimedia presentation and hot‐seat operation. On the fly capabilities
including real time document annotations, creation of transcript designations, video editing and clip creation
using Trial Director
Support Trial team ‐ Work onsite with trial support team assisting with any necessary tasks including tasks within
presentation scope and outside such as, but not limited to, court room set up, assisting with courtroom delivery
and removal of documents, etc
Archiving and case finalization – archive or destroy (based on client orders) final trial data base of all exhibits on
internal storage systems per company policies. Manage trial data base archives.
Proposals and Estimates – Create project scopes and estimate costs in conjunction with sales team
members. Deliver scopes and estimates to sales team members to deliver and/or deliver approved proposals.