To persuade, we must tell persuasive stories. We know this; we hear all the time that lawyers must be storytellers. But storytelling for lawyers is an intentional process. We cannot create a story the same way a novelist or filmmaker might. We must discover and develop our story and we must take depositions with this goal in mind if we are to tell effective stories to the judge or jurors.
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