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The School of Informatics at IUPUI and ThemeVision LLC are pleased to name Jacqueline Crofts as recipient of the annual ThemeVision Scholarship. The award recognizes an outstanding female minority student pursuing a degree in media arts and science.  Indianapolis-based ThemeVision, led by President and Founder Dennis Stolle, created the scholarship three years ago. Its objective … more »
Stolle, D. P. (March 2010). Courtroom confidential: Civil & criminal skills for a better voir dire. Presentation in the Indianapolis Bar Association’s 2010 “Courtroom Confidential” trial skills lecture series, Indianapolis, Indiana.
ThemeVision trial consultant, Dennis Stolle, presented “Courtroom Confidential: Civil & Criminal Skills for a Better Voir Dire” on March 26, 2010. The presentation focused on voir dire techniques in both civil and criminal jury trials in Indiana’s state and federal courts. The presentation was the first in the Indianapolis Bar Association’s 2010 “Courtroom Confidential” series.
ThemeVision trial consultant, Dennis Stolle, served on the faculty of ICLEF’s 13th Annual Trial Advocacy Skills College on March 18 and 19, 2010 in Indianapolis. Dr. Stolle presented the plenary session on voir dire techniques and also served as a coach during breakout sessions in which students practiced voir dire, opening statements, and direct examinations.
Stolle, D. P. (March 2010). Jury selection and voir dire. Presentation at the 13th Annual Trial Advocacy Skills College of the Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum, conducted in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Bartholomew, D. C. & Stolle, D. P. (March 2010). Flash animations in the courtroom. Invited lecture at the Media Arts & Science Program of Indiana University’s School of Informatics, Indianapolis, Indiana.