On Demand

Real Deal Litigation - Trial Tips By the Baker's Dozen

1h 16m

Created on June 22, 2019




Litigation can be a daunting task for even the most senior of practitioners, with only a minority of attorneys considering themselves "trial lawyers." Nonetheless, it is essential for all attorneys to have at least a basic understanding of the skills needed to effectively litigate a criminal or civil case, and mastering of these skills can be a lucrative addition to any firm's roster.

This course, presented by Patrick A. Mullin, Esq., will provide real-world litigation tips, with examples from Mr. Mullin's own thirty-eight years of practice before federal and state courts, for attorneys in any practice area who are interested in developing or honing their trial skills.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Introduce skills necessary to effectively litigate a civil or criminal case
  2. Provide practical advice for communications related to the subject of litigation in today's email and social media culture
  3. Discuss real-world tips on preparing for all phases of litigation, from discovery to jury selection to trial

This course originally appeared as a part of our June 2019 Bridge the Gap Event.    

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