Trial Advocacy Boot Camp (Miami)

$2,150.00

DATE: October 8, 2020 through October 11, 2020
LOCATION: University of Miami, Shalala Student Center Complex
PRODUCT ID: MIAT2020

Does the thought of doing your first trial make you want to throw up? Are you new to litigation and need help with your trial skills? Are your settlement offers coming in low because the insurance company knows you won’t take the case to trial?  Whether it’s your first trial or your first in a long while, we can help you own that courtroom from jury selection to closing argument.

 

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Description

What is the one thing law school did not teach you how to do?  How to actually practice law?  How to run a law practice? Ok, there are a lot of things law school didn’t teach us. You know what else it didn’t teach us?  How to actually try a case.  According to every professor ever, law school taught us “how to think.”  The only problem is you need to be able to think and successfully try a case.  So, who is going to teach you that part?  We will.  Our Trial Advocacy Boot Camp teaches you how to tell your story effectively.  We teach you how to properly conduct a trial from voir dire to closing argument.  Our hands-on learning approach allows you to practice each skill before experienced faculty members who give you real time feedback to help you better perfect your trial skills.  The program concludes with you putting together all the skills you learned to conduct a full jury trial, but most importantly, the program ends with you being empowered to become a better trial lawyer.

Course Information

DATE: October 8, 2020 through October 11, 2020

LOCATION:

University of Miami
Shalala Student Center Complex
1330 Miller Drive
Coral Gables, FL 33146

PRODUCT ID: MIAT2020

Classes run from 8:00am to 5:00pm on Thursday and Friday and from 8:00am to 1:00pm on Saturday and Sunday.  For a more detailed breakdown, please click the link below.

Detailed Agenda

CLE Information:  This course has been approved for 27.0 CLE credits including ethics and technology credits.  Non-Florida attorneys may be able to receive credit in their local jurisdiction based on the CLE reciprocity rules.

CLE Approval Certificate

 

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