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.
On March 4, 2010, David Bartholomew and Dennis Stolle of ThemeVision LLC gave an invited lecture to students in the Media Arts and Science Program of Indiana University’s School of Informatics. Bartholomew and Stolle presented samples of Flash animations developed by ThemeVision that had been used in jury trials and other courtroom presentations. Bartholomew and … more »
ThemeVision LLC is pleased to announce that Indiana University School of Informatics junior, Bianca Garfias, has been named the recipient of the ThemeVision Scholarship for the 2009/10 academic year. The ThemeVision Scholarship is an award given to an outstanding minority student in the school’s Media Arts & Science program who exhibits an interest in new … more »
Stolle, D. P. (December 2009). Selecting your jury and introducing your trial themes. In Brown, R. (Chair). Jury trials: Techniques for telling the “wining” story (that hold up on appeal). Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum, conducted in Fort Wayne, Indiana.