Lessons in Trial Advocacy

Tuesday, January 31
Lessons in Trial Advocacy: The Future Belongs to Those Who Tell the Best Stories

About the Program
Ten Great American Trials: Lessons in Advocacy authors, Glenn C. Altschuler and Faust F. Rossi, will draw on four fascinating trials – Leopold and Loeb, the Alger Hiss case, the trial of Dan White, and The People v. O.J. Simpson – to illuminate fundamental principles of trial advocacy and demonstrate that great courtroom stories should be “deliciously brief, immediately memorable, eminently repeatable, and virtually impossible to dismiss.” These principles can be used by trial lawyers to arouse in judges and juries a sense that justice will and must be served by a decision that favors their client.

You Will Learn

  • About four historic American trials
  • Principles of trial advocacy
  • About effective courtroom storytelling

Learn more and register for this event here!

 

 

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