Often, when communicating to an audience, the goal is to share certain facts so that they are remembered an understood. This is often true in marketing, but it’s also true in the legal arena. Lawyers have to present facts to a judge or jury, so the right verdict is rendered. Believe it or not, lawyers are starting to use storytelling to help them make their cases. This week, I talk to Tara Warwick of Carnes Warwick, and she shares her thoughts on legal storytelling.