Illustrative Evidence in Civil Litigation - A picture is worth 1000 words

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In our fast-paced world, we have very little time to get our points across. Cutting edge lawyers now, resort to graphics and images to make their presentations more persuasive and effective. The old adage that a picture is worth 10,000 words is often true. As an advocate, Igor Ellyn understands that effective persuasion is what clients expect of their lawyer. In this paper, delivered at a legal conference in October 2004, Mr. Ellyn highlights how illustrative evidence can be used to make facts of a case more persuasive at every stage of the proceedings. He also demonstrates the many forms of illustration, some of which are interesting and surprising.

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