TACT TRAINING utilizes a four step process to deliver your organization the best results.




We collaborate with your organization or firm to fully assess your individualized needs.


TACT creates a curriculum that takes into account your needs and incorporates your organization’s processes.



TACT delivers the training on-site or off-site and provides specific action-steps to ensure the learning process continues long after the scheduled course ends.



After the training, TACT follows up ensuring your organization or firm realized optimal results.


Courses and trainings can include, but are not limited to, the following areas of advocacy:

Pre-Trial Motions & Hearings

Cases rise and fall on evidentiary rulings.  Learn how to strategically attack evidentiary issues to help win your case.

Theory and Theme

Brainstorming can often be the most challenging aspect of any case.  Let TACT instructors be the objective outside viewpoint necessary to help create the most effective theme and theory for your case.

Opening Statements & Closing Arguments

Learn the best strategies for capturing a factfinder’s attention in an opening statement and how to come full circle in closing argument.

Direct Examinations

Study the best ways to help the factfinder understand your evidence and like your witnesses. TACT ensures you perform a smooth, quality direct examination.

Cross Examinations

Part of the skill of cross examinations is to learn how to listen to the witness, take control, and convey your theme and theory.  Learn how to properly cross examine different types of witnesses.

Evidentiary Foundations & Objections

TACT teaches the most effective way to make and respond to objections throughout litigation, while reinforcing the proper and appropriate way to introduce physical, documentary and digital evidence.

Technology & Digital Evidence

Use technology to present your case persuasively. TACT know how to best utilize cutting-edge technology in this digital age.

Expert Witnesses
Skillfully questioning an expert witness on direct and cross examination is important.  Learn how to prepare your expert witness, ask the right questions to convey their testimony to a lay factfinder, and how to best combat the opposing side’s expert testimony.