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22nd Annual Institute of Trial Practice (ABOTA) 2020

Product ID: CA1716D
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

Co-produced with the Wisconsin Chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA)

Celebrating 30 Years of the Annual Institute of Trial Practice

Full-blown jury trials have become increasingly rare, and 2020 has made getting firsthand courtroom knowledge even more difficult. That's why we’re bringing the courtroom to you. We’re highlighting some of the best cases from the past ten years, so you’ll still have a chance to (virtually) immerse yourself in this unique mock trial experience. Each program will give you unique insights into every phase of trial from both the bench and the bar.

Observe a complete trial – including jury deliberations!

Follow along from opening statements to jury deliberations. Teams of experienced trial lawyers will try a truck crash case before the Honorable James Everson, ABOTA’s Judge of the Year. You’ll get in-depth analysis of the skills you need to win in court as the faculty demonstrates techniques for:

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Member $329.00

Non-Member $429.00

Credits

9.5 CLE

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Co-produced with the Wisconsin Chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA)

Celebrating 30 Years of the Annual Institute of Trial Practice

Full-blown jury trials have become increasingly rare, and 2020 has made getting firsthand courtroom knowledge even more difficult. That's why we’re bringing the courtroom to you. We’re highlighting some of the best cases from the past ten years, so you’ll still have a chance to (virtually) immerse yourself in this unique mock trial experience. Each program will give you unique insights into every phase of trial from both the bench and the bar.

Observe a complete trial – including jury deliberations!

Follow along from opening statements to jury deliberations. Teams of experienced trial lawyers will try a truck crash case before the Honorable James Everson, ABOTA’s Judge of the Year. You’ll get in-depth analysis of the skills you need to win in court as the faculty demonstrates techniques for:

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  • Understand the benefit of concise opening statements
  • Learn ways to make your direct examinations effective
  • Explore skillful methods for cross-examining experts
  • Understant what makes a closing argument compelling
  • Witness how jurors interact during deliberation
  • Civil & criminal litigators
  • Personal injury litigators
  • Tort lawyers
  • Insurance law practitioners

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Wisconsin Trial Practice

Save 20% on Wisconsin Trial Practice. Plus, all seminar attendees receive a free two-week trial of the Books UnBound® version.* Prepare for every stage of trial with step-by-step guidance on practices and procedures.

Use discount code CA1716 when you order online or by calling (800) 728-7788.

*Discount applies to both print and digital Books UnBound editions of this title and cannot be applied to previous purchases. Offer valid as long as CLE credit is available for this program. For Books UnBound users, discount may be applied to purchase of individual Books UnBound title only and may not be used on purchase of full library.

This case is about who was driving at the time of the accident. Two friends out for an evening of revelry end up in a one-vehicle accident on the way to a gentlemen’s club. The plaintiff was ejected from the truck and sustained serious injuries. The level of inebriation resulted in varying accounts of the evening and the accident itself, including who was driving the defendant’s vehicle. There will be testimony from the parties and their reconstruction experts. The jury will deliberate on liability.

The Wisconsin ABOTA Chapter is sanctioned by the American Board of Trial Advocates, and is committed to improving the quality of legal representation, promoting the art of advocacy, and efficiently administrating justice. To qualify as a member, attorneys must be nominated by another member, achieve at least six years of active experience as a trial lawyer, and have tried at least 25 jury trials to conclusion over the course of their careers.

Volunteer members of the Wisconsin ABOTA Chapter present this seminar. Their commitment of time, talent, and energy in service to the Bar is deeply appreciated.

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