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MAGAZINE & NEWSPAPER REVIEWS
– OBJECTION! GAME SERIES –

“A wonderful computer video game for lawyers…”
– John Tredennick Jr., Chairman, ABA USER’S GROUP

“…challenging and fun… Objection! teaches the player to make objections quickly.”
Kurt Copenhagen, HARVARD LAW RECORD

“It’s addictive and thrilling…”
– Steve Irvin, INFO WORLD

“…cerebral, realistic and intense.”
– Jasper Sylvester, COMPUTER GAMING WORLD

“…fascinating… you’ll enjoy this game…”
– Dennis Lynch, CHICAGO TRIBUNE

“It is rare that one gets to study the rules of evidence and enjoy oneself at the same time”
– Joshua Kaufman, WASHINGTON LAWYER MAGAZINE

“Lipson’s manual is worth the price of admission.”
– John Tredennick Jr., Chairman, ABA USER’S GROUP

“Even if you don’t know how to turn on a computer, you can still play this game with relatively little preparation.”
– Hugh R. Marshall, THE DETROIT LEGAL NEWS

“The game also comes with a fully tabbed evidence manual, which is color-coded and uniquely constructed for quick and easy reference. It is also a valuable reference tool that will complement any library. The manner in which the text is organized provides clear, concise references and meaty substance for anyone from legal secretary to Supreme Court Justice.”
– Hugh R. Marshall, THE DETROIT LEGAL NEWS

“Thus speed of recognition and correct analysis, not mere memorization is the key to the game.”
– Hugh R. Marshall, THE DETROIT LEGAL NEWS

“Objection 2.0′ scores high in both the fun and learning categories.”
– Hugh R. Marshall, THE DETROIT LEGAL NEWS

“Objection 2.0’… After a grueling seven-day, 300- Megabyte test drive, the ’95 ‘Objection’ came through with flying colors.”
– Hugh R. Marshall, THE DETROIT LEGAL NEWS

“A computer courtroom simulation for lawyers to hone their skills.”
– Tim Ouellette, COMPUTER WORLD, Page 146, Vol. 28, Number 43

“Did I say game? ‘Training tool’ may be a better way to describe it.”
– Charles W. Griffin III, FULTON COUNTY [GA], DAILY REPORT, Vol. 105, No. 162

“Few objections to game designed for lawyers”
– Charles W. Griffin III, FULTON COUNTY [GA], DAILY REPORT, Vol. 105, No. 162

“‘If you’re trying to hone litigation skills… I think it’s very good,’ says Chief Magistrate Warren P. Davis”
– Charles W. Griffin III, FULTON COUNTY [GA], DAILY REPORT, Vol. 105, No.162

“It teaches a lawyer how in general to tell a proper statement from an improper one, and how to do it quickly.”
– Charles W. Griffin III, FULTON COUNTY [GA], DAILY REPORT, Vol. 105, No.162

“[Judge] Davis thinks enough of the program to suggest that young lawyers who fare poorly in his courtroom buy a copy.”
– Charles W. Griffin III, FULTON COUNTY [GA], DAILY REPORT, Vol. 105, No.162

“As a person who enjoys computers and computer games, I found Objection to be, without question, one of the most interesting and intriguing adult games I have enjoyed.”
– Hamilton D. Moore, NEVADA BAR JOURNAL

“…it can be an extremely enjoyable and beneficial experience for any lawyers who expect to do trial work as well as make T.V. Lawyer-watching more enjoyable for laymen.”
– Hamilton D. Moore, NEVADA BAR JOURNAL

“In short, this is a wonderful product which should be utilized in law schools and all firms for lawyers who intend to practice the art of trial.”
– Hamilton D. Moore, NEVADA BAR JOURNAL

“The game has excellent graphics, simple rules, and easily understood on-screen instructions.”
– R. E. Laubengayer, ACROSS THE BAR, THE SAN JOUQUIN COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION

“The game\course can keep you involved for hours. The program has excellent feed back if you choose a wrong answer, including the right answer and the basis for making the proper objection. It even recognizes, but doesn’t require, proper alternative answers\objections and will give full credit for any proper response. At higher levels, the game requires more selectivity and knowledge. This includes a complete understanding of the hearsay exceptions.”
– R. E. Laubengayer, ACROSS THE BAR, THE SAN JOUQUIN COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION

“Seriously, if you are interested in improving your skills in the rules of evidence and the use of objections, this program is an excellent learning tool for the new attorney or the experienced practitioner. Plus if you don’t buckle under the pressure, you really can have fun while earning up to 12 MCLE credits, at a reasonable price.”
– R. E. Laubengayer, ACROSS THE BAR, THE SAN JOUQUIN COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION

“The trial-simulation game features improved graphics, sound and save-game option, and trains players to make fast, accurate objections to improper questions.”
– CALIFORNIA LAWYER

“If you want to play a game and improve your evidence skills at the same time, try the latest version of Objection!! from TransMedia Productions…”
– Philip Weber, LOS ANGELES LAWYER

“While the rules of the game are simple, the challenges are not. The game requires and will help you develop the recognition skills and rapid thinking which are essential to being an effective trial lawyer in the courtroom.”
– Philip Weber, LOS ANGELES LAWYER

“In Objection!!, recognition is the skill that will allow you to advance in the game, not memorization. The game has thousands of different questions, and new facts and patterns of questions appear each time you play the game”
– Philip Weber, LOS ANGELES LAWYER

“Additions to the new 2.0 version include an Explanation feature which explains the judge’s ruling. The explanations are custom-crafted for each question and often cite rule numbers and/or cases. Another new feature is a Performance Evaluation at the end of the game where recommendations are made based upon the responses you gave in the game. There is also a new Save Game feature which lets you pick up where you left off last time.”
– Philip Weber, LOS ANGELES LAWYER

“If you like improving your legal skills while having fun at the same time, Objection!! is one MCLE course you should consider.”
– Philip Weber, LOS ANGELES LAWYER

“Like any good computer game, Objection!! is addicting and challenging. Five levels of difficulty are provided (I never got to level 3). The learning experience is not rote memorization, but requires quick, calculated, intelligent responses. Nor is the game linear-based: It provides different questioning scenarios based on the information each witness reveals and the rulings on your objections.”
– David A. Saraceno, LAW OFFICE COMPUTING
“Objection!! 2.0: Polish Your Evidentiary Objections”

“Objection!!, now in version 2.0 for the Macintosh, is an innovative tool for developing your ability to recognize and respond with evidentiary objections to a series of questions.”
– David A. Saraceno, LAW OFFICE COMPUTING
“Objection!! 2.0: Polish Your Evidentiary Objections”

“The program evaluates your evidentiary prowess, teaches you to think ‘on your feet’ and has an interesting game-like twist.”
– David A. Saraceno, LAW OFFICE COMPUTING
“Objection!! 2.0: Polish Your Evidentiary Objections”

“The game must be played to be believed. Not only is it entertaining and challenging, but it also helps you to recognize objectionable questions quickly.”
– Jeff Rapkin, THOMAS COOLEY LAW SCHOOL COMPUTER LAW SOCIETY NEWSLETTER,

“‘OBJECTION!’ THE VIDEO GAME FOR LAWYERS”

“There is virtually no possibility of hearing the same sequence of questions because there are thousands upon thousands of questions to keep the player on his toes.”
– Jeff Rapkin, THOMAS COOLEY LAW SCHOOL COMPUTER LAW SOCIETY NEWSLETTER,
“‘OBJECTION!’ THE VIDEO GAME FOR LAWYERS”

“‘Objection!’ is both educational and very entertaining.”
– Jeff Rapkin, THOMAS COOLEY LAW SCHOOL COMPUTER LAW SOCIETY NEWSLETTER,
“‘OBJECTION!’ THE VIDEO GAME FOR LAWYERS”

“The accompanying text is called ‘comprehensive evidence’ and is a unique 650 page trial manual that presents all types of evidence in a concise, well-indexed format.”
– Jeff Rapkin, THOMAS COOLEY LAW SCHOOL COMPUTER LAW SOCIETY NEWSLETTER,
“‘OBJECTION!’ THE VIDEO GAME FOR LAWYERS”

“The text has evidence broken down into four major types: testimonial, real, demonstrative, and documentary. It is simple to refer to and easy to understand.”
– Jeff Rapkin, THOMAS COOLEY LAW SCHOOL COMPUTER LAW SOCIETY NEWSLETTER,
“‘OBJECTION!’ THE VIDEO GAME FOR LAWYERS”

“Comprehensive EVIDENCE is designed for instant access with color-coded pages and tabs.”
– LAW TECHNOLOGY PRODUCT NEWS
“Manuals Updated for Objection!!”

“The facts and questions change each time, making each new trial different and challenging.”
– THE WASHINGTON LAWYER

“Objection!!” Reviews

“‘Objection!!’ is a fun, entertaining and educational program that one can use either to learn or to brush up on the rules of evidence in a computer simulated courtroom environment.”
– Marc V. Richards, CHICAGO LAWYER, “Computer Trial Game a Whodunit”

“It’s both a terrific gift for your favorite law student and a valuable refresher for attorneys who seldom get in the courtroom.”
– Marc V. Richards, CHICAGO LAWYER,
“Computer Trial Game a Whodunit”

“‘Objection!!’ offers you the opportunity to defend your client in a celebrity murder case.”
– Marc V. Richards, CHICAGO LAWYER, “Computer Trial Game a Whodunit”

“I received your supplement to Comprehensive EVIDENCE and again was very pleased. You have improved on an excellent product. I find your approach to the subject of evidence pleasing, refreshing and very helpful. I also find OBJECT2 helpful in keeping my skills sharp and improving my timing. It is still fun too.”
– Jerry W. Akins, Legal Counsel,
CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO, Letter

“I have been very proud of the calm, deliberative, confident manner in which my young ‘attorneys’ now make their objections. I certainly believe that their ability in this regard was one of the deciding factors in the most recent win which has sent us to this final state competition.”
– Tamalyn Glasser, English Teacher,
ROWAN COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL, Letter

“Your computer game filled the knowledge gap that had caused us so much difficulty before. We have not had the benefit of an attorney coach to groom us in these legal necessities. So after installing the game on our computer, the fun began! Team members would come during study halls, breaks, tutorials and work to master the various levels. I do not exaggerate when I tell you there were squeals and peals of joy from some otherwise pretty sober young men and women as they made it past the judge and toted up their points.”
– Tamalyn Glasser, English Teacher,
ROWAN COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL, Letter

“We were delighted to receive your gift. We want you to know that we have used it well, and that it has brought us more success in this endeavor than we had ever experienced before.”
– Tamalyn Glasser, English Teacher,
ROWAN COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL, Letter

“You can be drawn into the quick pace of the Q & A as you satisfy the ‘judge’ with your analysis.”
– KENTUCKY LAW JOURNAL, SPRING ISSUE
“AUTOMATED TRIAL PREPARATION ON YOUR PC”

“This computer game, designed and programmed by a veteran practicing attorney, allows lawyers to have fun while earning 12 MCLE credits and improving their evidence skills.”
– Karen Kingsbury, THE DAILY RECORDER
“‘Objection!!’ lets you earn MCLE credit while you play”

“There are five levels of play, critical facts of the case change from game to game and there are approximately 5,670,000 variations.”
– Karen Kingsbury, THE DAILY RECORDER
“‘Objection!!’ lets you earn MCLE credit while you play”

“Now available in version 2.0, Objection!! offers added features including: ‘Xplanation,’ a function that explains the correct answer, often citing federal rules and cases; a performance evaluation which identifies problem areas based on the player’s incorrect responses and directs attention to the appropriate chapter of study in the book; and a save-game option which allows the player to stop playing at any point in the game and resume later at the same point.”
– Karen Kingsbury, THE DAILY RECORDER
“‘Objection!!’ lets you earn MCLE credit while you play”

“While the rules of the game are simple, the challenge is not.”
– James H. Moir, NEW HAMPSHIRE BAR NEWS

“Objection! A Game Lawyers Play”

“Objection! is a wonderful learning tool for the law student, the new lawyer and even the experienced practitioner who thinks he or she knows it all (certainly none of us are like that). Because it combines speed of response with accuracy, you must learn to quickly identify word patterns and question structure, which is the key to successful objecting. Even my eleven year old son started to get the hang of it despite not knowing the meaning of words such as speculative or immaterial.”

– James H. Moir, NEW HAMPSHIRE BAR NEWS

“Objection! A Game Lawyers Play”

“During the course of my test drive, I had a law student, a first year lawyer, and my law partner attempt to defend Mr. Fendant. With each, their client was initially put to death, but all quickly caught on, even arriving at a point where the client only got life. All found the game entertaining and useful.”

– James H. Moir, NEW HAMPSHIRE BAR NEWS

“Objection! A Game Lawyers Play”

“To improve your skill at quickly identifying facially objectionable questions, however, Objection! fits the bill. And it’s fun as well!”

– James H. Moir, NEW HAMPSHIRE BAR NEWS

“Objection! A Game Lawyers Play”

“The supplemented texts include new cases, new issues regarding evidence, and greatly enhanced indexing. Titled Comprehensive EVIDENCE, the texts include color-coded pages and tabs for instant access.”

-LEGAL TIMES CATALOG OF NEW TECHNOLOGY PRODUCTS

“Objection! teaches rules of evidence, and provides a fun software solution for procrastinators. Attorneys who procrastinated about taking continuing education courses should love Objection!, because this is also the first computer program approved for 10 CLE credits in Vermont.”

VTLA REPORT; VERMONT TRIAL LAWYERS ASSN. NEWSLETTER,

Volume 6, Number 3

“Learn and have fun while objecting to courtroom testimony”

LAW MAGNET WORKING

“Objection!! 2.0 is a fascinating, interactive computer game that simulates trials and provides users with the opportunity to act as attorneys and object to witness examinations. It is fast-paced, challenging, and fun.”

LAW MAGNET WORKING

“The game (on disk) comes with a book that describes and explains Testimonial Evidence, Documentary Evidence, Real Evidence, and Demonstrative Evidence.”

LAW MAGNET WORKING

“How do you get criminal trial experience without all the mess and fuss of criminal defendants tracking your house-boat down the river after their release from prison? You could try to get an externship for free with the Public Defender’s office, but hey, you can make nothing, doing nothing!! Or you could try some interactive software which simulates a criminal case.”

Robert C. Schell Founder/Publisher, THE CROSS-EXAMINER,

PEPPERDINE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW

Vol. 2, No. 1

“Objection!! 2.0 is a ‘who-(or maybe who-didn’t)-done-it’ computer game from TransMedia, Inc, which utilizes animated graphics and displayed text in an interactive format designed to drill the user on evidentiary objections. The basic format is easy to understand.”

Robert C. Schell Founder/Publisher, THE CROSS-EXAMINER,

PEPPERDINE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW

Vol. 2, No. 1

“This is a fun game to play, and will definitely improve your command of the rules of evidence as well as recognition of situations where the rules apply.”

Robert C. Schell Founder/Publisher, THE CROSS-EXAMINER,

PEPPERDINE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW

Vol. 2, No. 1

“Except for that Socratic method stuff (I’d rather drink hemlock too), this book is far more useful than the casebook you will buy.”

Robert C. Schell Founder/Publisher, THE CROSS-EXAMINER,

PEPPERDINE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW

Vol. 2, No. 1

“I take a certain perverse pleasure in breaking in rookie D.A.’s. Initiation continues until they prove that they can handle, without getting flustered, a barrage of double hearsay, lack of foundation, and best evidence objections. With that background, I figured I would waltz through this game. Imagine my chagrin when, after the first round I was notified that, based upon my abysmal performance, my client was about to be barbecued in the electric chair.”

– William R. Johnston, THE DOCKET

SAN MATEO COUNTY BAR

“The written materials are simple and concise and well organized, however, they are of considerable less use to a California practitioner than, for example, Jefferson or Witkin”

William R. Johnston, THE DOCKET

SAN MATEO COUNTY BAR

“This product is an entertaining and educational law related diversion and is a relatively painless means of obtaining M.C.L.E. credits.”

– William R. Johnston, THE DOCKET

SAN MATEO COUNTY BAR

“The computer game, which can be loaded onto a hard drive in about two minutes, is accompanied by a scholarly, well indexed and well-written treatise, authored by Ashley Lip(s)on, a lawyer and author of two other books on Evidence. The printed materials themselves would be a valuable quick resource in most law offices, coupling it with the computer game will insure it gets thoroughly reviewed.”

John J. Kennelly, Esq., THE VERMONT BAR JOURNAL & LAW DIGEST

“The makers of the game claim that the facts change from game to game (I haven’t gotten that far) and that there are 5,670,000 variations. That should keep it challenging for most of us for some time.”

– John J. Kennelly, Esq., THE VERMONT BAR JOURNAL & LAW DIGEST

“It all takes place in a realistic courtroom with graphic displays and animated human actors.”

CALIFORNIA BAR JOURNAL

“The heart of Objection!! is the computer trial game, which comes on one low-density floppy disk. Aimed at both law students and practitioners, the game succeeds in making evidence drills fun instead of monotonous. You are the defense attorney in a murder trial and must make the best objection in a timely manner (real quick!) to keep your client (in this case, you know he’s innocent) out of trouble.”

Kimberli A. Morris, Reference Librarian

CALIFORNIA WESTERN SCHOOL OF LAW, SAN DIEGO

LEGAL INFORMATION ALERT

“The game was a fun refresher for me and brought me up to speed again quickly on this aspect of evidence and law trial. Also, just from playing the game and using the explanation feature, a non-lawyer friend was soon able to spot and quickly give the correct objection to improper questions. Objection!! meets its goal of being a refresher for lawyers and an introduction for law students.”

Kimberli A. Morris, Reference Librarian

CALIFORNIA WESTERN SCHOOL OF LAW, SAN DIEGO

LEGAL INFORMATION ALERT

“The rest of the manual covers the specific types of evidence within the categories. Common examples, their peculiarities, and foundation requirements are covered. The stated goal of the manual is to allow users to look up specific requirements for any type of evidence they wish to present. Both the structure and the indexing achieve this goal of problem-oriented information dissemination. The full version of Objection!! with the manual and strategy tapes is certified for Continuing Legal Education credits in 15 states.”

– Kimberli A. Morris, Reference Librarian

CALIFORNIA WESTERN SCHOOL OF LAW, SAN DIEGO

LEGAL INFORMATION ALERT

“The game itself does a great job of making learning or brushing up on the rules of evidence a fun experience. It is well suited for practitioners and students. It does not require extensive equipment, and the instructions are direct and simple to follow. With different versions allowing purchase of only the parts you want, it seems TransMedia Productions has thought carefully about its potential users and works hard to fulfill their needs. Bottom line: I would have loved using this while taking my evidence and trial practice classes, and I can think of no better way to fulfill CLE requirements.”

Kimberli A. Morris, Reference Librarian

CALIFORNIA WESTERN SCHOOL OF LAW, SAN DIEGO

LEGAL INFORMATION ALERT

“The facts (murder weapon, time of death, etc.) and questions change each time, making each new trial different and challenging.”

LAWYERS WEEKLY USA

“I am not a real lawyer but I play one on my computer.”

Geoff S. Fein, POST-RECORD EDITOR

FRONT PAGE, SAN JOSE POST-RECORD

“Objection!! 2.0 by TransMedia, is a computer game that lets the player assume the role of an attorney defending a client suspected of murdering a Beverly Hills heiress on New Year’s Eve.”

Geoff S. Fein, POST-RECORD EDITOR

FRONT PAGE, SAN JOSE POST-RECORD

“The book is easy to understand and uses examples from the game to assist in recognizing the various objections.”

Geoff S. Fein, POST-RECORD EDITOR

FRONT PAGE, SAN JOSE POST-RECORD

“I found that after playing the game several times and making use of the “Xplanation” feature I began to recognize the types of objectionable questions and which ones I need to review. In turn I developed a better understanding of how to recognize certain questions.”

Geoff S. Fein, POST-RECORD EDITOR

FRONT PAGE, SAN JOSE POST-RECORD

“Fun, Educational, easy to use, and humbling are a few words that come to mind after reviewing TransMedia’s Objection!!, a computer game that teaches the rules of evidence”

SOFTWARE REVIEW: OBJECTION!! SUSTAINED!!

Rodney G. Romano, Co-editor, Trial Diplomacy Journal

“Value: Very good to excellent. (The best values include the Comprehensive Evidence book;”

SOFTWARE REVIEW: OBJECTION!! SUSTAINED!!

Rodney G. Romano, Co-editor, Trial Diplomacy Journal

“Challenging even to seasoned trial lawyers. Useful for both criminal and civil attorneys. If you don’t think so, I dare you to try it!”

SOFTWARE REVIEW: OBJECTION!! SUSTAINED!!

Rodney G. Romano, Co-editor, Trial Diplomacy Journal

“Challenging even to seasoned trial lawyers. Useful for both criminal and civil attorneys. If you don’t think so, I dare you to try it!”

SOFTWARE REVIEW: OBJECTION!! SUSTAINED!!

Rodney G. Romano, Co-editor, Trial Diplomacy Journal

“But this is not just a game, and it’s not just a great way to tune up your evidence skills for trial. My only objection is that TransMedia’s magazine advertisements don’t do this program justice.”

SOFTWARE REVIEW: OBJECTION!! SUSTAINED!!

Rodney G. Romano, Co-editor, Trial Diplomacy Journal

“Objection!!, created and programmed by attorney Ashley Lipson, has brought us what was sorely lacking in the trial techniques curriculum: a way to build fast recognition of legal objections in a clever and challenging computer game format. Produced in PC compatible and Macintosh versions, it offers an almost painless way to bone up on the law of evidence objections.”

OBJECTION!! A TRIAL COMPUTER GAME BY ASHLEY LIPSON…

By Deborah Wilkinson

“Objection!!, with its fast pace, fun graphics and challenging exercises, is a refreshingly different way to increase speed and accuracy in analyzing objectionable questions. The explanation feature in particular makes it a substantive learning tool, rather than just a recognition game.”

OBJECTION!! A TRIAL COMPUTER GAME BY ASHLEY LIPSON…

By Deborah Wilkinson

“You are playing TransMedia’s Objection!! 3.0, the fast-paced, precise, and broad-reaching trial simulation game that helps you sharpen your trial skills while you try to complete eight increasingly complex levels of play to determine who the real killer is, and get twelve units of participatory MCLE credit.”

A Credit to Your Profession

Sandra Rosenzweig

California Lawyer

“One of the strong features of the product has been its ongoing originality. The multitude of question-and-answer combinations makes it virtually impossible to memorize a series of answers that is always correct.”

MCLE via ‘Net and PCs

National Law Journal

“Although Objection!! may be marketed as a game, it also can serve as a valuable practice-skills enhancement tool. The developers expect that most lawyers will never be able to reach level eight. The game requires rapid recognition of objectionable questions and precise recognition of the basis of each objection. Slow responses are penalized. As in a real trial, attention to the facts, which change each time the game is played, is required.”

MCLE via ‘Net and PCs

National Law Journal

“The game can be set to use the criminal rules of evidence in any of the 50 states, the federal rules, or the rules of the military justice courts. The explanation feature, called Xplanation, is excellent. After each ruling, the player can examine the basis for that ruling, along with relevant case law and statutory cites.”

MCLE via ‘Net and PCs

National Law Journal

“In version 3.0 of Objection, TransMedia has taken a good product and made it an excellent tool for lawyers who want to improve their abilities in making trial objections quickly and accurately.”

MCLE via ‘Net and PCs

National Law Journal

“Objection!! 3.0 has millions of different questions and fact combinations so that a new set of circumstances and questions comes up each time the game is played.”

LEGAL TECH – What’s new in legal information

Massachusetts Bar Association Lawyers Journal

“The previous version of Objection!! is limited to direct examination of one party’s witnesses. Version 3.0 is an entire trial with direct examination and cross examination of several witnesses including medical and technical experts. Questions (murder weapon, time of death, etc.) change each game, making each trial different.”

Murder trial on CD-ROM

California Bar Journal

“Objection! is a wonderful and relatively inexpensive game under $150) that places the viewer in a simple animation of a murder trial.”

Educating Lawyers

Joseph N. Welch, II

Law Practice Management

“At times a quirky sense of humor surfaces.” … “The program seems to have endless permutations so that the questions, testimony, and crucial facts change from use to use.”

Educating Lawyers

Joseph N. Welch, II

Law Practice Management

“Evidentiary issues are given more comprehensive treatment in Lipson’s well-presented written materials that accompany the software.”

Educating Lawyers

Joseph N. Welch, II

Law Practice Management

EXPERT WITNESS:

“Sharpen the skills of your expert witnesses using a simulated courtroom training program, Expert Witness! from TransMedia. In addition to the authoritative “Xplain” feature, the program provides a chalkboard with strategic comments and tips to help the expert witness understand why questions should or should not be asked.”

Sharpen Your expert Witness Testimony

Lawyers Weekly USA

“TransMedia’s new courtroom simulation Expert Witness! has many of the features from their popular games Objection! and Civil Objection!!, but has additional features designed specifically to enhance the learning experience and educational value of the product.”

TransMedia Develops Computer Simulation

To Help Sharpen Skills

The Alaska Bar Rag

Call in the Experts!

Fans of Objection!! and Civil Objection!! can get even more courtroom help with Expert Witness!

The latest trial trial simulation game from TransMedia.

Players may question each of three expert witnesses on four levels; direct, cross, re-direct, and re-cross examination.

A chalkboard feature provides strategic comments and tips to help the player understand which questions should

or should not be asked.

Also included are examples of testimonial, documentary, demonstrative, and real evidence in various scenarios.

A tutorial lets players review model testimonies so they may familiarize themselves with proper foundations and qualifications.

The game also contains the Military Code as well as federal and state-specific rules and cites.

Trial Magazine

The American Trial Lawyers Association

Sharpen Skills when questioning expert witnesses

TransMedia Inc. has developed a computer simulation that it says will help lawyers sharpen the skill required when expert witnesses take the stand at trial. Expert Witness! provides a chalkboard with strategic comments and tips to help the player understand why questions should or shod not be asked. The game also includes varying scenarios and fact patterns with real evidence examples producing millions of diverse fact combinations.

Massachusetts Lawyer’s Journal

Expert Witness! is an interactive computer learning tool that comes with two diskettes and loads easily into your machine. Its purpose is to teach you the fundamentals of examining and cross-examining expert witnesses, painlessly and in a way that actually helps you exercise the skills it teaches as you play it.

I say “play it” because the basic instruction comes through a challenging series of random-generated questions–20 to a level, with four levels in all–pitched at a witness, to which you are expected to reply, either agreeing that the question is proper or choosing one of twelve possible objections to its form. If you don’t answer promptly, the judge taps his video watch and frowns. The pressure is almost real, and failing to get the objection right is a pain, but you do learn from it. You learn when to object to questions posed to an expert witness, and what questions you should and shouldn’t ask.

Vermont Bar Journal and Law Digest

Paul S. Gillies

I played it for the first time recently on the night before a day of trial in which my big moment was cross-examining an expert witness. It helped. The cross-examination went better for having played the game the night before.

There are many ways to learn complex tasks. This one may work for you.

Vermont Bar Journal and Law Digest

Paul S. Gillies

TransMedia–Expert Witness!

The simulated trial includes four levels for each of three expert witnesses, including direct and cross-examination. In addition to the Xplain feature found in the company’s other games, Expert Witness! provides a chalkboard with strategic comments and tips to help the player understand why questions should or should not be asked. Also, before beginning the game, the player can review model testimonies designed to act as tutorials and allows players to familiarize themselves with proper foundations and qualifications without being penalized.

Law Products,

The Electronic Lawyer: Courtroom Tactics Made Fun With Expert Witness

Well, now you can play a game and, at the same time, learn most of what you need to effectively examine an expert witness. The TransMedia Corp. has made it fun and easy with “Expert Witness,” a computer simulation of the courtroom. TransMedia is not new to this type of computer simulation. This is the third in their series of computer/legal simulations, following Objection!! and Civil Objection!! Expert Witness, however, has many additional features designed specifically to enhance the learning experience, as well as the educational value of the product.

Legal Tech Newsletter

Alan Pearlman

The Electronic Lawyer: Courtroom Tactics Made Fun With Expert Witness

What we have here is essentially an entire trial at our fingertips. While the graphics and sound are fun, it’s the program’s content and substance that will help you advance your courtroom presentation skills. The program contains Federal Rules and state-specific rules and citations, as well as military code. There is also a CLE version that allows players to earn actual CLE credit, currently certified in 17 states.

Legal Tech Newsletter

Alan Pearlman

Cyber CLE, the Sequel: Expert Witness! 1.0

Game basics

Then comes the fun: the game. As in Civil Objection!, there are multiple levels and your cumulative score must be sufficient to go on to the next level. Enough tries at a level without success bounces you back to level one. You listen to the questions and indicate whether the question is proper or objectionable and if objectionable, the objection. If you get it wrong, there is an explanation available immediately to explain your error. You are timed, so you must be prompt with your objection, just like real life. There is both direct and cross-examination of the other side’s witness and your witness… The author’s Puckish sense of humor makes cameo appearances( “If the prints don’t match, you have to unlatch!”). Subject matter includes chloral hydrate, strychnine, fingerprints, forgeries, and polygraphs.

Bar Bulletin

Peter B. Camp

Cyber CLE, the Sequel: Expert Witness! 1.0

The authors have an offbeat sense of humor that I greatly enjoyed.

Bar Bulletin

Peter B. Camp

Improve questioning of expert witnesses

Trans-Media has developed a computer simulation to help sharpen the skills required when expert witnesses take the stand. Expert Witness shares many of the features of Objection!! and Civil Objection!!

The simulated trial includes four levels for each of three expert witnesses, including direct and cross-examination. In addition to the authoritative Xplain feature found on TransMedia’s other trial games, Expert Witness! provides a chalkboard with strategic comments and tips to help the player understand why questions should or should not be asked.

New Products & Services,

California Bar Journal

CIVIL OBJECTION!!:

“This is what Civil Litigators have been waiting for.”

– John Tredennick, CHAIRMAN, ABA LITIGATION APPLICATIONS

“Ashley Lipson has hit a homerun.”

– John Tredennick, CHAIRMAN, ABA LITIGATION APPLICATIONS

“Addicting Believable! Clever! The new game Civil Objection!! takes you back to law school and teaches the A B C’s of trial advocacy. The popular lawyer game Objection!! involved the infamous New Years Eve murder which entertained both lawyers and consumers.”

CIVIL OBJECTION!! TAKES YOU BACK TO SCHOOL…

AND THE COURTROOM

Jeffrey J. Kroll, Chicago Lawyer Magazine

“Unlike the original game, which is limited to the direct examination of one party’s witnesses, Civil Objection!! is an entire trial. It contains direct examination and cross-examination of several witnesses, including medical and technical experts.”

CIVIL OBJECTION!! TAKES YOU BACK TO SCHOOL…

AND THE COURTROOM

Jeffrey J. Kroll, Chicago Lawyer Magazine

“Instead of defending an [innocent] man accused of murder, you attempt to obtain the highest verdict for your client.”

CIVIL OBJECTION!! TAKES YOU BACK TO SCHOOL…

AND THE COURTROOM

Jeffrey J. Kroll, Chicago Lawyer Magazine

“This computer game is fresh, smart and lively, and it helps. In some states you even get CLE credit for playing it. Here it is its own reward at present.”

MEDIA REVIEW, CIVIL OBJECTION!

Paul S. Gillies, Vermont Bar Journal & Law Digest

“Think you’re pretty good at objections? Try this game. You’ll see how much you don’t know, and you’ll learn how to object properly. How many trials would it take you to do that, and at what cost to your clients? I know what you’re thinking–I’m too old for computer games. You’re wrong!”

MEDIA REVIEW, CIVIL OBJECTION!

Paul S. Gillies, Vermont Bar Journal & Law Digest

“Learn Evidence, trial skills subconsciously with Civil Objection! Civil Objection!! Has but one downfall, nonetheless, a drastic one: it is absolutely addicting. I installed it on my computer in minutes, and played it for hours. At the outset, you select the state whose body of evidence law you would like applied – pretty impressive. You are then whisked by extremely user friendly graphics and prompts into the opening argument, which the game generates for you. Then, the fun begins. The bottom line is that you can’t help but learn the rules of evidence in the most practical setting: the courtroom.”

OBJECTION: THIS LEARNING TOOL IS TOO FUN

Brian E. Falvey – Editor-in-Chief

THE ALLEDGER – Boston College Law School

“Unlike Objection!!, this version includes a full trial, not just direct examination. It offers improved sound and graphics and expanded play.”

LEGAL INFORMATION ALERT

“With eight levels of play, attorneys get valuable experience without ever going to court. It also features an endless variety of circumstances and questions, as new situations come up every time you play.”

ARIZONA ATTORNEY

“Civil Objection is a blast. Who ever thought that learning the rules of evidence could be enjoyable? There is also a tremendous educational benefit to this game that might be overlooked: the ability to make objections quickly and correctly is one of the most important and basic tools a trial attorney has at his disposal. This game is true to the rules of evidence and will allow you to get practice at making those quick objections that are so crucial.”

What is Civil Objection?

Jeff Rapkin

THE PILLAR; Cooley Law School

“The game includes improved sound and graphics with significantly more action, realistic sounds and movement. In addition to testimonial evidence, the game also covers documentary and demonstrative (within the course of the trial, there is actually an animated computerized reconstruction presented, but only if you know the right foundation.”

Objection Sharpens Legal Skills

THE DAILY COMMERCIAL RECORDER

San Antonio Texas

“Civil Objection!! is a game that encompasses an entire trial, with direct examination and cross examination of several witnesses, including medical and technical experts. It features millions of different questions and fact combinations so that a new set of circumstances and questions comes up every time you play.”

WHAT’S NEW – LAWYER GAMES

ABA JOURNAL

“New and improved sound and graphics with much more action, sound and movement.”

Computer Game Review…. Civil Objection!!

BATON ROUGE DAILY NEWS

“The original game entertained lawyers and consumers; this game is designed specifically for lawyers.”

The popular lawyer game Objection!! Takes a New Twist

THE FLINT-GENESEE COUNTY LEGAL NEWS

“TransMedia launches a new lawyer game for those who believe that learning can indeed be FUN. See how good you are; get real trial practice without ever going to court.”

Civil Objections!!

THE PLEADER-NORTH DAKOTA TRIAL LAWYERS;

“TransMedia’s Lawyer game Objection!!, involving the infamous New Year’s Eve murder of Hollywood heiress Sandra Stiff at her Beverly Hills mansion, has taken a new twist. A new Civil Objection!! series is in the making which places the murder trial’s star witness, Lisa Lamborghini, in an automobile accident, and it’s your job to represent her in a civil trial. Unlike the original game, which is limited to direct examination of one party’s witnesses, Civil Objection!! is an entire trial and includes direct examination and cross examination of several witnesses, including medical and technical experts. Like the original game, Civil Objection!! has an endless variety of questions and fact combinations.”

Civil Objection!! game offers new twist

THE CALIFORNIA BAR JOURNAL

“The new game not only allows the direct examination of witnesses, but contains an entire trial of an auto accident case!”

TransMedia releases Civil Objection!!

Vermont Trial Lawyers

“In Civil Objection!!, there are also new and improved sound and graphics with much more action; coverage of documentary and demonstrative evidence (not just testimonial evidence); improved and expanded built-in Xplain feature that provides more explanations, citations, cross references and practice tips for the player; a new contempt feature where points are deducted if you fail to follow the judge’s ruling; eight levels of play instead of five; greater specificity and detail to assure that major trial issues are covered (and difficult hair-splitting issues); and relevant information from all 50 states, as well as the Military Code.”

Civil Evidence Game

Law Practice Management

“This game is not easy. It is designed to make the user an expert. While the game is fun, it takes some serious concentration to advance to the higher levels. Both games are good, practical tools for the practitioners who want to sharpen their skills.”

Practitioners Make Perfect in a Simulated Courtroom

Wayne J. Lovett

NATIONAL LAW JOURNAL

“TransMedia has released Civil Objection!, a game that features an entire trial, with direct examination and cross examination of several witnesses, including medical and technical experts.”

Technology Update

U.S. BUSINESS LITIGATION

“I think even experienced attorneys will find the computer program helpful and challenging. You may want to play it alone the first couple of times to avoid embarrassment by not getting past the first level.”

Be Lightning Quick Or Else

Erick M. Shaner

THE ADVOCATE

“I recommend the program to other lawyers. It is a good excuse to play a game while simultaneously working to increase your courtroom finesse.”

Be Lightning Quick Or Else

Erick M. Shaner

THE ADVOCATE

“Civil Objection!! has millions of different questions and fact combinations covering testimonial, documentary and demonstrative evidence, and there is an animated computerized reconstruction presented but only if the right foundation is used. There is also relevant information from all 50 states as well as Military Code.”

Civil Objection!!’ Brings the Courtroom Home

Karen Kingsbury

The Daily Recorder

“Sound familiar? Only to you and every other lawyer who ever struggled with the rules of evidence. Help is now just a disc away.”

Civil Objection!!

Ralph Benton

Boulder County Bar Newsletter

“Setup is a breeze. Once the game starts everything flows very easily. The screen is easy on the eyes, with good colors and a logical layout.”

Civil Objection!!

Ralph Benton

Boulder County Bar Newsletter

27. “Civil Objection!! has the endless variety of the original game (millions of different questions and play, but it is also much more focused and realistic. The original game entertained lawyers and consumers; this game is designed specifically for lawyers.”

Objection Game, The Daily Record

“Here are some key differences in Civil Objection!!: 1. New and improved sound and graphics with much more action, sound and movement. 2. Game covers not just Testimonial evidence, but also, Documentary and Demonstrative (within the course of the trial, there is actually an animated computerized reconstruction presented, but only if you know the right foundation), 3. Improved and expanded built-in Xplain feature that provides more explanations, citations, cross references, and practice tips for the player. 4. New contempt feature where points are deducted if you fail to follow the judge’s ruling, 5. 8 levels of play instead of 5; a complete trial, as opposed to a direct examination only format, 6. Greater specificity and detail to assure that major trial issues are covered; difficult hair-splitting issues, 7. Relevant information from all 50 states as well as Military Code”

Objection Game, The Daily Record

“And Objection!! (along with its sister product Civil Objection!! 3.0, which deals with a civil trial in which Lisa Lamborghini sues for damages caused by an automobile accident) trains you very effectively by presenting a complete trial. That includes both direct and cross-examination, covering testimonial, documentary, and demonstrative evidence as well as medical and technical expert witnesses, and different fact patterns every time you play.”

A Credit to Your Profession

Sandra Rosenzweig

California Lawyer

“Not only is the game tough, but it is good. The on-screen explanations, the large manual, and the three hours of audio tapes that come with the game all provide an excellent review of evidence.”

Computer Game Increases Speed And

Accuracy Of Trial Objections

Milton Garber

Missouri Lawyers Weekly

“And it builds speed. In a two-hour session, which was continually interesting, there was a noticeable improvement in both the speed and accuracy of objections.”

Computer Game Increases Speed And

Accuracy Of Trial Objections

Milton Garber

Missouri Lawyers Weekly

“A spokesman for the company said, ‘About half of our clients are almost religious in using the game for pre-trial review of evidence'”

Computer Game Increases Speed And

Accuracy Of Trial Objections

Milton Garber

Missouri Lawyers Weekly

“Several repetitions of the game, perhaps involving 30 minutes to an hour, can produce a noticeable improvement in one’s quickness in making objections. And that can be a useful trial edge.”

Computer Game Increases Speed And

Accuracy Of Trial Objections

Milton Garber

Missouri Lawyers Weekly

“This fascinating game was written by attorney Ashley Lipson, a long-time practitioner, as the follow-up to the original game, Objection!!, which as achieved considerable acclaim. Civil Objection!! features the heroine of the earlier game, Lisa Lamborghini and the revered Judge Robert Stuart.”

PUT THE FUN BACK INTO EVIDENCE

A Review Of Civil Objection!! from TransMedia, Inc.

Gregory C. Dyekman

The Coffee-House

“This reviewer was struck by the realism of the format for the game. Following a brief opening statement, the player is put in the position of evaluating each question in the examination for a series of witnesses. As each question appears, the player has an opportunity to object to the question or to indicate that it is a proper question. The Judge verbally rules on each motion and an explanation for each ruling is provided at the player’s request. Part of the fun is that the player is scored not only upon the accuracy of the objection, but upon the speed with which the objection is made. If a player fails to achieve the minimal acceptable score for each witness in the case, the game is over, the Judge dismisses the case and suggestions are made about how the player might improve his score next time.”

Computer Game Increases Speed And

Accuracy Of Trial Objections

Milton Garber

Missouri Lawyers Weekly

“The game features a total of eight levels of direct examination and cross examination, including expert witness examination. The game gets progressively more difficult as does the tension in the case. (Your reviewer sheepishly admits that he has yet to visit the highest levels!).”

PUT THE FUN BACK INTO EVIDENCE

A Review Of Civil Objection!! from TransMedia, Inc.

Gregory C. Dyekman

The Coffee-House

“This reviewer cannot imagine a better tool for recent graduates or those who are not in the courtroom every day. For them, this game will be a significant learning tool. For the more experienced, Civil Objection may seem more like a game, though certainly competitive. In fact, the ultimate result achieved for the fictional client is based upon the skill with which the practitioner navigates the eight levels.”

PUT THE FUN BACK INTO EVIDENCE

A Review Of Civil Objection!! from TransMedia, Inc.

Gregory C. Dyekman

The Coffee-House

“Don’t overrule this reviewer-try Civil Objection!!. By the way, there is a criminal version of the game too!”

PUT THE FUN BACK INTO EVIDENCE

A Review Of Civil Objection!! from TransMedia, Inc.

Gregory C. Dyekman

The Coffee-House

“This version of courtroom role-playing is improved over the previous with better sound, grpahics (sic), and animation, and the second game also adds documentary and demonstrative evidence.”

From the hi-tech mail bag: the ‘net & games

Alaska Bar Rag

“Civil Objection comes with snappy graphics and sounds,”

‘Civil Objection’ tests trial procedure

James Snyder

THE DAILY NEWS, MEMPHIS

“Civil Objection! is a computer game that both tests and helps improve trial lawyers’ skills at spotting evidentiary objections.”

Move over, Super Mario Bros. —

Make way for Litigating Lawyers

William F. Spallina

Massachusetts Bar Association Lawyers Journal

“Like a real trial, speed at making and knowing how to frame proper objections counts. And like a real trial, you are at the mercy of an impatient judge whose eyebrows furrow while he glances at his oversized wristwatch. Improper objections and delays in making your rulings cost you points.”

Move over, Super Mario Bros. —

Make way for Litigating Lawyers

William F. Spallina

Massachusetts Bar Association Lawyers Journal

“The graphics are clear and colorful.”

Move over, Super Mario Bros. —

Make way for Litigating Lawyers

William F. Spallina

Massachusetts Bar Association Lawyers Journal

“These tasks, though enjoyable and educational, are not easy, as I quickly learned. Alas, after spending countless hours playing Civil Objection!!, I am still unable to reach level 8, the most difficult level.”

Computer Game Pits the Lawyer Against the Computer

in Virtual Reality Trial

Mark W. Smith

Judge Bartlett

“Civil Objection!! is a Nintendo for the Trial lawyer’s mind. Civil Objection!! teaches the rules of evidence through an enjoyable, hands-on approach which guarantees that players will not forget the real-world uses of the rules of evidence. Trial lawyers will enjoy the game’s moving graphics and sound effects as much as the test of their legal knowledge against the computer.”

Computer Game Pits the Lawyer Against the Computer

in Virtual Reality Trial

Mark W. Smith

Judge Bartlett

“And for those lawyers who might view playing Civil Objection!! as taking precious time away from your billable hours, you should know that the Missouri CLE board has approved the game, when used together with a 225-page book entitled ‘Rules of Evidence,’ for 6 CLE credits.”

Move over, Super Mario Bros. —

Make way for Litigating Lawyers

William F. Spallina

Massachusetts Bar Association Lawyers Journal

“Civil Objection!! has the endless variety of the original game (millions of different questions and fact combinations), so that a new set of circumstances and questions come up every time its played, but the new version is much more focused and realistic.” … “Here are some key differences in Civil Objection!!: 1. New and improved sound and graphics with much more action, sound and movement. 2. Game covers not just Testimonial evidence, but also, Documentary and Demonstrative (within the course of the trial, there is actually an animated computerized reconstruction presented, but only if you know the right foundation), 3. Improved and expanded built-in Xplain feature that provides more explanations, citations, cross references, and practice tips for the player. 4. New contempt feature where points are deducted if you fail to follow the judge’s ruling, 5. 8 levels of play instead of 5; a complete trial, as opposed to a direct examination only format, 6. Greater specificity and detail to assure that major trial issues are covered; difficult hair-splitting issues, 7. Relevant information from all 50 states as well as

The Military Code”

– Lawyer Game Measures Trial Skills

Trial Trends

“And for those lawyers who might view playing Civil Objection!! as taking precious time away from your billable hours, you should know that the Missouri CLE board has approved the game, when used together with a 225-page book entitled ‘Rules of Evidence,’ for 6 CLE credits.”

Computer Game Pits the Lawyer Against the Computer

in Virtual Reality Trial

Mark W. Smith

Judge Bartlett

“If you offer a trial methods course, or require that your students become proficient in the civil rules of evidence, then you might try Objection!!”

Elms College

Paralegal Studies Department

“Bottom Line: it’s fun and addictive.”

Elms College

Paralegal Studies Department

“Objection!! A Computer Game to Teach the Rules of Evidence”

Elms College

Paralegal Studies Department

“TransMedia has added two new games, Civil Objection! SlipFall and Expert Witness!, to their Objection! game series.

Both games are designed to sharpen speed and accuracy in recognizing objectionable questions.

Civil Objection! SlipFall is an entire trial from start to finish with direct and cross-examination of several witnesses,

including medical and technical experts and lay witnesses.

Patsy Plunge, the star of the game, can’t seem to go outside without slipping, falling, bumping or bruising.

It is the player’s job to represent Patsy and get her the highest verdict possible by quickly recognizing objectionable questions

as well as the basis for each objection.”

California Bar Journal – New Products

“Expert Witness! uses a trial format to focus on enhancing a player’s evidence skills in areas specific to expert testimony.

Players can review model testimonies before the game to familiarize themselves with proper foundations and qualifications

without being penalized.”

California Bar Journal – New Products

Cross Examine Your Computer

“It’s a way to sharpen your skills without putting your client at risk.”

Top 10 Painless Way To Do Your CLE

[Objection! Posted #1 on the list!]

Brett S. Martin

The Associate

“Each game is designed to sharpen both speed and accuracy in recognizing objectionable questions during testimony.” Software Helps Recognize Objectionable Testimony Questions

Massachusetts Bar Association

“[Games found] not only enjoyable but also extremely instructive.”

“You can learn the rules of evidence… but this simulates an actual courtroom where you learn to use them.”

“While the game is engrossing, it’s no picnic.”

“I couldn’t believe how much it helped me.”

Siobhan Roth

The Legal Times

Civil Objection! – Learning Evidence and Practicing Objections Has Never Been Such Fun

“Now the folks at TransMedia have taken their awesome product to the next level

by providing a civil trial version of their popular evidence-learning game.

It comes complete with expert witnesses.”

“The new colorful animated screen appears depicting the courtroom scene.”

“Oh, by the way, you have to remember the facts that come out in testimony – just like in a real trial!”

Depending on your state, you may find that this is by far the cheapest – and most fun – way to get CLE credits.”

Trial Diplomacy Journal

The Computer Advisor

Rodney G. Romano

“Each game is designed to sharpen speed and accuracy

in

recognizing objectionable questions.”

Briefs

The Oregon State Bar Bulletin

“Sharpen courtroom skills with two new games from TransMedia.”

“Civil Objection! Slip-Fall is an entire trial from start to finish

with direct and cross-examination of several witnesses…

Expert Witness! uses a trial format to focus on evidence skills specific to expert testimony.”

Discoveries – Objection Objectives

Trial Magazine (Magazine of the American Trial Lawyers Association)

“WANT TO SHARPEN YOUR TRIAL PRACTICE SKILLS?”

“TransMedia has developed a game series to help develop both speed and accuracy

in recognizing objectionable questions.”

Practice Resources

ACCA Docket

“The game is a delightful way to refresh your recollection

of the rules of evidence and can serve well as both an educational tool for learning

and a refresher course for those who haven’t been to court in a while.”

The Objection! Game Series

The Vermont Bar Journal & Law Digest

“The Objection! game series is a thouroughly enjoyable learning experience

that lets attorneys practice, as well as enhance, their courtroom skills.”

“After I installed this to my lap-top, I became the most popular attorney in my office;

everyone stopped by to ‘visit’ in hopes of trying it out!”

More Than a Game

Law Office Computing

“[Expert Witness] provides a useful model for structuring the

examination of an expert in a real trial.”

Pac-Man, Esq.

Young Lawyers Journal

“The game moves quickly and develops an enjoyable level of tension

not wholly unlke an actual trial.”

Pac-Man, Esq.

Young Lawyers Journal

“After playing this game continuously for several hours the inexperienced litigator can start to develop a feel for questions that improves the player’s reflexes and speeds objections.”

Pac-Man, Esq.

Young Lawyers Journal

Expert Witness will probably improve your trial performance a lot more than a quiet evening at home with the Federal Rules of Evidence. And a lot more fun. Unlike Riven, time spent with this game is probably billable.”

Pac-Man, Esq.

Young Lawyers Journal

 

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