Episode 49: Begin With the End in Mind – a Trial Notebook Now Instead of Later

In this solo episode of the Paralegals on Fire! Podcast Show, Ann Pearson discusses how a litigation paralegal can start a trial notebook (a/k/a trial binder) early in the case instead of waiting until the notice of trial. In doing so, you will be well ahead of the game when it comes time to prep for trial.

Also, throughout the life of the case, the trial notebook is a useful tool when it comes to staying organized and up to date on the case.

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