3 Things That Makes A Good TV Legal Analyst

This is a curious world that we live in. Most of us are happy to learn new things and gain information on various subjects. As a matter of fact, it wouldn’t be wrong to state that many of us are on the constant lookout for expert views.

So, for those who are searching for those brainy people in the legal world who can give valuable insights to their TV audience on the latest legal matters, here are some simple tips to follow!


Look At The 3 E’s: Education, Experience & Expertise

You can never undermine the importance of education when it comes to the law. A legal analyst can’t share insights without a strong understanding of the law itself. And while that education is important, they must also be able to interpret that law and its application to the case at hand. The law has a lot of jargon, legal-ese as it were, so look for an analyst that can break it down into layman’s terms.

Find And Follow

Most on air commentators have a digital footprint. Legal analysts are no different. Most have a website and various social media pages to engage and interact with their followers. If you were to review the website of , an on air legal analyst for NBC News. you’d see that she has appeared on many TV shows to discuss high profile cases; this include the Conrad Murray case (regarding the death of Michael Jackson), the Boston Marathon bombing, and many others. She also maintains professional profiles on Facebook, G+, Linkedin and Twitter.


Remember – ‘Communication’ Is The Key!

 Breaking down and converting legal jargon into everyday English and, presenting a clear and concise explanation of what is happening, what could happen — and why –, is what makes a good news show legal analyst.

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