“We need to see the things that are happening—the changes, the protocols, the restructuring of how this is all working—as opportunities and to find ways to embrace them and make them part of how you present your case.”

This timely podcast features Texas trial lawyer Susan Hutchison, who discusses how the COVID-19 era has hindered the efficacy of the jury trial and what trial lawyers can expect in order to be better advocates for their clients as courtrooms begin to open up again throughout the nation. In sharing her and her clients’ stories of resilience and adaptation while navigating uncharted waters, Susan’s words of wisdom offer something that can resonate with all.

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Episode Guest, Susan Hutchison

Susan Hutchison has been representing people who have been discriminated against or harassed in the workplace as well as those who have been physically injured since 1987. She is truly committed to standing up against corporations and insurance and believes in the vision of the Trial Lawyers College.

Susan has been named a Texas Super Lawyer every year since 2004 and been named a Top Attorney by Fort Worth Magazine each of those years as well. She was Board Certified in Personal Injury Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in 1992 and maintained that special certification ever since. She has tried many lawsuits and won many multi-million dollar verdicts all throughout Texas.