Pretty safe bet I've never linked to the American Bar Assocation Journal before, but here we go!
Philip N. Meyer has a cool essay about how films like Adaptation can help lawyers in a courtroom. Snippet:
Adaptation offers a lesson on how seemingly unstructured narratives can take form. It also provides a timely and ironic meditation on the struggle all lawyers face when repackaging “reality” into stories, especially into courtroom litigation stories.
[...] Years ago, like Charlie Kaufman, I attended Robert McKee’s storytelling course in New York City. Like many lawyers, I hoped to convert experiences from law practice into a screenplay I could sell to Hollywood. (Source)
Meyer has also written a book, Storytelling For Lawyers.