Lawyers: Want a Free Video Critique?

Lawyers Videos Studio Report Card

One of the services I have for you is a FREE video critique.

You may know that as a featured colunmist at I wrote a regular column called YouLaw (It’s now called Smalllaw). In that column I critiqued attorney videos and discussed the good, the bad and the ugly.

My goal in reviewing attorney videos is to teach and educate lawyers who are interested in creating video on their own. In my column I highlighted video that was done well, video that was done poorly and offered suggestions on how to improve technique and presentations.

Lawyers who have created video, either on their own or with a video company are encouraged to contact me for a FREE video critique.

Why would I do this?

Two reasons.

The first is to give you an idea, from a technical standpoint, of what your video looks like from an independent person. The second is to give you suggestions and tips on how to improve your video in the future.

If you’d like your video critiqued (privately of course), send me an e-mail to together with a link to your video on YouTube or your website.

I’ll provide you with a Lawyers Video Studio report card with full analysis and evaluation, for your eyes only.

Want to learn how to improve your videos?

Have me take a look at one of your videos. It’ll be eye-opening.

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I looked up what kind of production companies are out there producing the kind of videos that I was interested in. And really, I was dissatisfied with the vast majority of the videos that were out there. They were not what I was looking for – except for Gerry Oginski. We were looking for someone who understood our needs and yet had the expertise to be able to pull all of the necessary components of producing a video and getting it uploaded. Gerry was the one who stood completely head and shoulders above anybody else’s out there.

Jeff Helsdon
Oldfield & Helsdon, PLLC