Episode 13: Strong TLC Direct Examination Builds Strong Stories with Betsy Greene
“If you think of a traditional direct examination is kind of 2-dimensional. If you think of a TLC direct examination, it comes to life, it becomes 3-dimensional. It involves all of the scenes. We invite the jury in with us than talking at them. We work on directing re-enactments that allow us to access a compelling truthful story and we do that by literally re-enacting scenes to explore their emotional content.” – Betsy Greene, TLC Grad & Faculty Member
WIN with the most compelling Direct Examination. In this interview with Georgia Regional Faculty Co-Leader Betsy Greene, we dive into the details on how to develop the most compelling story and then how to present it to the jury, positioning you for a winning verdict.
- The Warrior Summer 2017 Issue: Local Groups are Worth Fighting to Build by Betsy Greene
- Greene & Shultz Trial Lawyers
- Betsy Greene, TLC Faculty on Direct Examination
- TLC Graduate Rick Kammen recognized for contributions to legal community by Betsy Greene
Interviewing Betsy Greene
Betsy Greene attended her first TLC regional in 2004 which inspired her to apply for the 3-Week TLC-1 College Course in which she graduated from in 2005. Betsy became a TLC Faculty Member in 2010 and has thus taught TLC methods and tools for 8 years. She is recognized as a top 10 lawyer in Indiana in the Super Lawyer’s Magazine for 2017-2018. Betsy has been practicing law for 38 years specializing in personal injury and wrongful death. Betsy will be on the faculty team for July TLC-1 & September TLC-2 College this year, and will also be at the Closing Argument Regional Seminar in Washington in October.