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George’s Life Flashed Before his Eyes

The principles of Media Production could improve trials

I have found that there are three principles from my major, Media Production, that if used, could improve the trial process: storytelling, point of view, and conclusions. In media production, the whole idea of the industry is telling a story and representing a point of view.  That is exactly what was going on in the trial that I attended.  “George’s life flashed before his eyes and everything changed for him in the blurb of a second.  He is no longer able…

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  • Entertainment Industry , Pepperdine Student Comments
  • Jun 21, 2017

Film, Television, and Trials

Film and television can teach us about the trial process

The Cold hard truth is that no one really wants to be called in for jury duty.  Days can be long and the “thanks” is pretty much non-existent.  Most people don’t understand half of the legal terms being spewed during the course of a trial.  And that leads to disinterest.

When I went to the Van Nuys courthouse to sit in on a criminal trial, I heard potential jurors talking to each other about how much they hoped to…

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  • Entertainment Industry , Pepperdine Student Comments
  • Jun 14, 2017

Nathan Becomes an Associate

Pfeiffer Law Corp is pleased to announce the promotion of its newest associate, Nathan R. Brogden.  Mr. Brogden was a post-graduate law clerk where his work focused primarily on litigation matters and was responsible for drafting pre-trial motions, operative pleadings, and arbitration papers on behalf of Pfeiffer Law clients. He also played a large role regarding collection efforts and marketing strategy. In addition to the firm’s litigation practice, Mr. Brogden will be expanding his role as an associate to focus on transactional matters, including drafting agreements on behalf of actors, writers,…

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  • The Firm
  • Jun 07, 2017

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