ThemeVision consultant, Dennis P. Stolle, is the editor of the article Eyewitness Memory in Civil Litigation, by Charles A. Weaver, published in the Fall 2013 edition of the American Psychology & Law Society News.
On August 8, 2013, ThemeVision served as a sponsor of the Indianapolis Bar Association Diversity Job Fair. The keynote luncheon was attended by ThemeVision consultants, David Bartholomew, Christina Studebaker, Dennis Stolle, and their guest, Barnes & Thornburg partner, Karoline Jackson. The job fair attracted more than 70 students who interviewed with 28 employers.
On July 16, 2013, Dr. Dennis P. Stolle presented a Lorman Education Services national webinar titled, “Voir Dire: Effective Techniques for Getting and Using the Information You Need.” The webinar, which was attended by trial lawyers throughout the country, covered practical techniques for preparing and executing effective voir dire strategies in state and federal jury … more »
On May 31, 2013, WIBC Indianapolis broadcasted its interview with Dennis P. Stolle about the upcoming jury selection and trial in the Bei Bei Shuai murder trial. The interview can be heard for a limited time at www.wibc.com/news/story.aspx?ID=1974491 – “Judge Considering Jury Questions in Bei Bei Shuai Case.”
On May 31, 2013, the Indiana Lawyer reported on a hearing in the Bei Bei Shuai trial. The story — “Jurors May be Asked Mental Health, Suicide Questions in Shuai Case” – quoted in-court arguments made by Dennis P. Stolle in support of a supplemental juror questionnaire and certain voir dire topics.