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If the case is about money, it’s helpful to know what the case is worth to those who will eventually decide the issue at trial. Most attorneys probably use reasoned logic in conjunction with the facts of the case to decide this question. Maybe the result is tempered by personal history for those with trial experience. But relying on these things is risky.  
How likely are you to win your lawsuit or your legal motion? Cognitive science sheds light on how to answer that question – with accuracy. Watch this ThemeVision Focus video to hear what you need to know.
Dr. Dennis P. Stolle’s next installment in the ThemeVision Focus Video Series. This video delves into the psychology of good lawyering and fending off decision fatigue. Dr. Stolle, a legal psychologist, offers 5 of his top tips for improving your decision making under difficult circumstances like long trials, depositions, arbitrations, or negotiations. These tips are … more »