Today, instead of a casual meeting, the laywers along with the entire class went to the academy drama room to practice several characterization skills with Ms. Thanopoulou. We joined in some posture, language and gesture activities where we immitatated our roles for the Napoleon trial. However, the lawyers were not able to make significant changes to their posture and gestures. We practiced raising our voices, keeping a serious expression during dialogue, as well as defending our opinions. It was interesting watching the characters and hearing some of their valid arguments. We enjoyed this "acting" session and found it beneficial because we had the chance to discover some major characteristics a lawyer needs in order to successfully persuade the audience. The trial is only a week away which means that the defence lawyers are required to meet after school numerous times so that the work can be completed with thorough evidence and research.