Preparing for a trial is a long, complicated process. As the trial date gets closer, the work ramps up, and the final few weeks can be a scramble. But the real work of preparing a case begins far earlier on, as legal teams survey evidence, establish their theory of the case, and create their most compelling narrative. It’s vital that every detail of the case, every exhibit, and every possible variable is studied and cataloged so the attorneys are ready to present the best possible case. It’s a big job, and finding the most efficient way of compiling the material can be difficult.