October 22, 2010
Trial Skills Institute: Winning a Case - From Start to Finish
Central Ohio Association for Justice will team up with the Columbus Bar to present the 6.0 CLE hour Trial Skills Institute
(download course brochure) on November 12 - taking you all the way from getting a case to winning it.
Frank J. Agin, AmSpirit Business Connections, will kick out of the starting blocks with a presentation on using social networking to get a case. He will pass the baton to Timothy J. Hooks, Chester Willcox & Saxbe, who will cover how office automation can help an attorney become ready to take on a case. Next, Keith A. Blough, Franklin County Law Library, will shed some light on preparing the case through Internet research. Following the lunch break, Robert G. Palmer, Robert Gray Palmer Co. will take the lead, sharing his expertise on settling the case through mediation. Running right behind him will be Mark M. Kitrick, Kitrick Lewis & Harris, who will edify preparation for trial through the use of focus groups. The last leg of the relay will be run by Frank A. Ray, Chester Willcox & Saxbe, who will break through the tape sharing how to win a trial with the opening statement.
Trial Skills Institute (CLE 6.0 hours) organizers are Janica Pierce Tucker (Chester Willcox & Saxbe); Sean Harris (Kitrick Lewis & Harris); and David P. Meyer (David P. Meyer & Associates). To register, visit www.cbalaw.org/cle or call 614/221.4112.
Special pricing for new lawyers: Columbus Bar New Lawyers (members with five or fewer years of practice) may register for Trial Skills Institute at a discounted rate - $160 prepaid, $190 day of. Contact the CLE Department at 614/221.4112 to register.