Date(s) - 05/12/2016
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
United States Courthouse and Federal Building
Don’t miss this opportunity to hear direct and revealing insights into federal trial preparation and presentation by experienced civil and criminal litigation attorneys.
This trial technique seminar is important to both attorneys and support staff such as legal assistants and paralegals, who oftentimes do the work of the trial preparation. Although many seminar attendees may be experienced, one thing about trial is constant: everything changes. Whether it be what juries expect or what judges in the Middle District allow, trial work and expertise continually evolves, in everything from the logical to the technological, including:
- What Works and Doesn’t Work with a Jury
- Witness Preparation and Pitfalls
- Federal vs. State Trial Presentations
- Trial Issues Unique to Southwest Florida
Kyle Cohen, Assistant U.S. Attorney, Middle District of Florida, Civil Division, Fort Myers
Robert Shearman, Senior Partner, Henderson Franklin Starnes and Holt, Civil Litigation
Russell Rosenthal, Assistant Federal Public Defender, Middle District of Florida, Fort Myers Division
Douglas Molloy, Criminal Defense Attorney, Molloy Law
REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!
This event is free for members and their legal assistants/paralegals. Approved for 1.0 hour intermediate CLE credit, ref. no. 1603240N. CLE certificate HERE.
Bookings are closed for this event.