We all love our tablets. They’re light, portable, and intuitive. Many computer tasks can be done efficiently on a tablet, and as a society, we are huge fans. Both tablets and laptops make a huge impact in the courtroom when it comes to trial presentation technology, but every case is unique and each presenter has continue reading »

For Jenna, it was one of those days. The kind of day that just drags on in a perfect storm of bad luck. Her computer crashed right before she finished writing her quarterly report. For some reason, her office smelled like a rotting dairy farm, and she managed to spill her lunch all over her continue reading »

Many, if not all of us, were taught the importance of being thankful for what we have. In a society that endures the pressure of needing to “keep up with the Jones’”, there is great wisdom in being content with the opportunities you do have; we know that this is where lasting happiness resides. So continue reading »

First, Atticus would definitely fit in with his tasteful glasses and sophisticated three-piece suit. Second, his experience in the courtroom would be completely different from the events that happened during the infamous “Robinson v. Ewell” case. The single father and lawyer from the classic novel “To Kill a Mockingbird” has been a timeless example of honor, continue reading »