Diana Bullard

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For over twenty-five years, Diana Bullard has worked with clients to develop persuasive visual communications in venues across the country. She has been involved in the strategic design and development of graphic presentations for hundreds cases and understands what jurors and other decision-makers need to know, and when they need to know it.

Ms. Bullard specializes in creative presentation services and visual consulting for courtroom and non-litigation communication of strategic information. Her work involves both the design and development of static exhibits as well as computer-based interactive multi-media presentation systems. Ms. Bullard has worked extensively with expert witnesses, helping them to communicate their message effectively to the intended audience.

Ms. Bullard founded the New York office of DecisionQuest in 1993 and now resides in the greater Boston area.


University of New Hampshire, B.S., Business Administration


Interactive Demonstrative Presentation to PECIS, Outdoor Equipment Manufacturers Defense Council, April, 2017

“Using Graphics to Support Witness Testimony,” Dept. of Justice, 2016

“The Art and Science of Persuasive Storytelling,” 2016

“Using Demonstrative Evidence Well Before Trial,” New York City Bar Assoc., 2011.

“Impact of Technology: What Are Jurors Thinking?” 2011.

“Effective Use of Courtroom Technology,” Widener University School of Law, 2010.

“Impact of Technology,” Pennsylvania Bar Institute, October, 2008

“Sending the Right Message,” PBA Civil Litigation Section Annual Retreat, April, 2008

“Effective Visual Presentations”, Maryland Defense Counsel, November, 2007

“Sending the Right Message Pennsylvania Bar Institute, June, 2007

“Trial Technology” Lorman Education Services, February, 2007

“Developing a Visual Strategy” Morgan Lewis & Bockius, December, 2003

“Developing A Visual Strategy” St. Paul Companies Surety Dept., October, 2003

“Dangerous Venues,” Motorola Litigation Department,  2002

“Visual Presentations for Patent Cases” Morgan Lewis & Bockius IP Retreat, June, 2000


Products, General Liability & Consumer Law Committee of the ABA Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section – Delegate