Simplify the complex.
Bring your case story to life.
Present case winning visuals.


Trial Graphics

Trust our experience designing graphics for thousands of cases. Our work with top litigators since 1991 gives us insights into how visuals can help you win your case.

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Mediation and Arbitration Visuals

If achieving optimal settlement is your goal, we help maximize your chances by creating visuals to make a mediator - and opposing counsel - see how your client's version of the story is powerful.

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Case Theme Development

We help you focus on your strongest case themes, and then create impactful visuals you can use to convey those themes to juries, judges or mediators.

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Courtroom Technology / "Hot Seat"

Quickly accessing, showing and highlighting your evidence at trial is essential. We help you make it easy for jurors to follow along and remember your evidence and case story.

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Video Editing and Production

Need to edit surveillance or deposition video clips? Have drone footage? Want to share a life story for a wrongful death case? We know how to effectively use video in litigation.

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Corporate Presentations

Have a high-stakes meeting, pitch or press conference? We can help you turn ideas into a memorable and persuasive presentation. Don’t settle for bullet-point text slides!

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LegalVision® designs demonstrative exhibits and presentations for trial and mediation. Use our visuals to educate and persuade juries and judges, and to show your client’s story. We work closely with you and your experts to simplify complex topics for lay audiences.


"Your creative talents helped illustrate this complex subject matter in a clear and understandable way - and are most appreciated."

Franklin Brockway Gowdy,
Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP (retired)


“The tribunal found for our client on negligent misrepresentation and awarded us approx. $20M in damages against nearly all of the respondents. Needless to say, everyone was quite happy. Thank you again for all of your great work on the graphics.”

Scott Nonaka,
Sidley Austin LLP


“We received a complete defense verdict today. We wanted to thank you once again for your great work. Several jurors commented about how much they liked the exhibits. We did not even ask them about it – they offered it up right away.”

Marcie Isom Fitzsimmons,
Gordon Rees Scully Mansukhani, LLP


“Thanks again for your time and input. I always feel like we’ve really advanced the ball after we talk with you. We really appreciate the honest feedback.”

Neal Stephens,
Jones Day



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