Category Archives: Continuing Legal Education

YOUNG LAWYER BOOT CAMP IS A SUCCESS

   I recently had the privilege of working with renowned trial lawyers Marc Dedman from Spicer Rudstrom, PLLC in Nashville and Ron Waicukauski from Price Waicukauski & Riley, LLC in Indianapolis. Together, we taught young lawyers about opening and closing … Continue reading

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David Ball and Eric Oliver Highlight Primerus Consumer Law Winter Conference

Nationally recognized Trial Consultants David Ball and Eric Oliver will be the featured presenters at the Annual Primerus Winter Consumer Law Conference to be held March 2-6, 2011 at the Los Suenos Resort in Costa Rica.  I am very blessed … Continue reading

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Strategic Coach Program

I am entering the third year of the Strategic Coach Program.  This program was recommended to me by a great client that knew that an attorney can think outside the box and expand his view of great personal and professional … Continue reading

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ATCLM: Franken vs. Coleman

I had the pleasure of attending The Academy of Certified Trial Lawyers of Minnesota’s spring meeting where we heard an informative talk Continue reading

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New ABOTA Member Jim VanderLinden

Today I had the privilege of introducing Jim VanderLinden as the newest member of the American Board of Trial Advocates.  Jim and I have worked together for many years and his insight and passion have made me proud to call … Continue reading

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The Art of Communication with Joshua Karton

During the last several days, I have had the privilege to have advanced training in the art of communication by the preeminent advocacy instructor in the country, Joshua Karton. It has been my honor to know Joshua for the past … Continue reading

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It is a Myth

San Francisco, here we come. This year we are going to the ATLA convention in San Francisco in July. We’ll be there for the educational program for five days. The agenda looks very strong, with a heavy emphasis on jury … Continue reading

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