How to Avoid Information Overload When Presenting Your Case

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How much information is “overload” for a juror or mediator? Psychological studies and neuroscience show that we possess inherited built-in limitations to our working memory—a so-called mental bandwidth. As an attorney, you need to keep these limitations in mind when preparing your case for presentation. This article offers five tips to avoid information overload when arguing your case.

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