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32nd Annual Institute of Trial Practice (ABOTA) 2022

Product ID: CA3320D
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

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

Have your day in court

Are your attempts to gain courtroom experience turning into a trial? We’ve got the solution. Get your fill of trial activity at the 32nd Annual Institute of Trial Practice!

Learn from veteran trial attorneys as they argue a case before presiding judge Hon. Christopher R. Foley, the Wisconsin ABOTA Chapter’s Trial Judge of the Year.

At the Institute, you’ll have a front row seat to every step of the trial. Listen as veteran litigators reveal the rationale behind their tactics during opening statements, witness examination, and closing argument.

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Webcast seminar
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Pricing

Member $329.00

Non-Member $429.00

Credits

10 CLE

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

Have your day in court

Are your attempts to gain courtroom experience turning into a trial? We’ve got the solution. Get your fill of trial activity at the 32nd Annual Institute of Trial Practice!

Learn from veteran trial attorneys as they argue a case before presiding judge Hon. Christopher R. Foley, the Wisconsin ABOTA Chapter’s Trial Judge of the Year.

At the Institute, you’ll have a front row seat to every step of the trial. Listen as veteran litigators reveal the rationale behind their tactics during opening statements, witness examination, and closing argument.

Read More ↓

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  • Learn from the best by watching veteran litigators in action
  • Know the best tactics for examining and cross-examining witnesses
  • Gain insight into the jury’s perspective by observing deliberations and post-verdict interviews
  • Hear why attorneys choose to use certain approaches during trial and the strategy behind those decisions
  • Civil & criminal litigators
  • Personal injury litigators
  • Tort lawyers
  • Insurance law practitioners

BOOK BONUS

Wisconsin Trial Practice

Seminar attendees will enjoy a free two-week trial of the Wisconsin Trial Practice Books UnBound® title and an invitation to save 20% on either a 1-year subscription to the Books UnBound title or purchase of the print book.* Prepare for every stage of trial with step-by-step guidance on practices and procedures.

*Attendees will receive information to access the free trial and discount via email after attending the program. 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.

Under a contract with the city, a construction company was performing sewer and water main construction along a main road. When a sheriff’s deputy was responding to a burglar alarm in the area, he drove into the construction zone. His squad car struck a gravel pile in the construction zone, causing the car to overturn. The deputy was killed in the crash.

Seeking damages for wrongful death, the deputy’s widow claims the crash was the result of negligence on the part of the construction company for failing to provide adequate barriers and warning signs. The construction company counters that the crash was the result of negligence on the deceased deputy’s part because he was traveling at an unsafe speed and that he knew or should have known of the potential hazards within the construction zone. The jury will be asked to assign liability.

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