Brian K. Johnson is the president of a consulting firm who teaches persuasion to trial lawyers and public speaking to transactional attorneys. For the past decade, he has trained new assistant U.S. attorneys at the Department of Justice National Advocacy Center. Marsha Hunter is the CEO of a consulting firm who teaches persuasion for trial lawyers and public speaking for corporate attorneys. Her specialty is human factors--the science of human performance in highstakes environments. She is the communication specialist for the National Institute for Trial Advocacy's collaborative programs with the U.S. Department of Justice's Office of Violence Against Women. They are the award-winning coauthors of The Articulate Attorney and The Articulate Witness. They both live in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Jami Wintz McKeon is the chair of Morgan Lewis where she directs the firm's strategic growth and its steadfast commitment to client service. She lives in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
"The Articulate Advocate remains the single must-have manual
on courtroom speaking. Both seasoned and new litigators will
benefit from reading it and practicing Johnson and Hunter's tested
techniques. It changed my entire approach to trial and it will do
the same for you." --Brian D. Liddicoat, The Law Offices of Brian
D. Liddicoat, Corralitos, CA
"It's impossible to imagine a more complete or more accessible book on the subject of courtroom presentation skills. The Articulate Advocate belongs on every trial lawyer's shelf of 'go to' materials--and every lawyer should go to it often!" --Hon. Robert L. McGahey, Jr., District Judge, Second Judicial District, Denver, CO