Trial Strategy Advisor
Britta Stanton, IMS Insights Thought Leader
Britta Stanton is an IMS Thought Leader and trusted advisor to the firm’s top clients. An experienced trial lawyer with more than a dozen trial appearances and nearly twenty years of practice in state and federal venues, Britta has also advised clients on hundreds of cases and trials.
She has served as faculty for the National Institute of Trial Advocacy and graduated magna cum laude from Baylor Law School, where she also served on the Baylor Law Review. Her thought leadership contributions help clients explore best practices on topics ranging from the persuasion of juries using trial technology and demonstrative evidence to effective witness preparation.
View Our Podcasts Hosting Britta Stanton
- IMS Insights Podcast: Episode 10- Britta Stanton The Role of Perspective in Advancing Persuasion at Trial and in Virtual Settings
- IMS Insights Podcast: Episode 14- Britta Stanton Leveraging Graphics and the Tools of Persuasion at Trial and in Remote Settings
View Our Thought Leadership Insights From Britta Stanton
- Seven Principles Attorneys Should Follow To Persuade Juries
- Five Things You Must Know To Prepare An Expert Witness
- The New Normal: How to Conduct a Remote Hearing and Still Be Persuasive
- On COVID Time: Why Timelines Are More Important Than Ever
- Foreseeability: What Constitutes Preparedness in the Face of COVID-19?
- The Letter of the Law Amid COVID-19: Has the Pandemic Changed the Way Juries Use Logic and Checklists to Make Decisions?
- Insurance is for Times of Crisis: Jurors' Views on Insurance and Policy Interpretation During the Pandemic
- Designing Winning Strategy: The Value of Discovery-Phase Jury Research