Announcing A New Relationship between Trial Guides and AAJ
Posted by Alex Miller on Dec 09, 2010
Trial Guides is proud to announce an exciting new relationship with the American Association for Justice ("AAJ") as publisher for future AAJ Press publications. This relationship continues Trial Guides’ tradition of providing the most comprehensive, cutting-edge publications available to help you improve your practice and better represent your clients.
A tradition of leadership in legal education.
Since its inception in 2004, Trial Guides has been a leading publisher of best-selling titles from some of America’s top trial lawyers, jury consultants, and litigation experts, including Rick Friedman, David Ball, Don Keenan, Patrick Malone, Moe Levine, and others. The first AAJ – Trial Guides publication is William Barton’s Recovering for Psychological Injuries, 3rd edition, which is available for pre-order today at www.trialguides.com.
A passion for protecting plaintiffs.
Trial Guides shares AAJ’s passion for protecting the rights of the plaintiff. As a nationally-recognized legal publisher, focused solely on enhancing the practices of plaintiff lawyers, Trial Guides does not help civil defense counsel.
A proven track record of success.
In just six years, Trial Guides has signed many of the country’s leading trial lawyers, released several best-selling legal texts, and gained significant support from practicing plaintiff lawyers. Trial Guides’ book Rules of the Road has served as the foundation for AAJ Education programs several times since its release. The company brings a modern approach to legal publishing that will enhance AAJ’s products and services. Together AAJ and Trial Guides will introduce leading authors, educational material, and multimedia tutorials tailored to help you succeed in your practice and in trial.
This agreement provides the American Association for Justice with a great opportunity to educate its members with cutting-edge litigation strategies. In addition to promising five or more books per year, AAJ has promised Trial Guides access to all articles from its conferences and CLEs, as well as Trial Magazine going back to the beginning of the organization. Trial Guides will undertake the creation of a Trial Guides mobile application for lawyers to deliver digital versions of the books, articles, audio, and video resulting from the agreement. This will result in an unprecedented resource for plaintiff lawyers.
To learn more by visiting trialguides.com or calling 800-309-6845.