From the First Phone Call to the Eve of Trial: The Practical Lawyering Skills No One Learns In Law School - Live Series

January 14th, 21st & 28th, 2021 ♦ 12:30 PM ET ♦ 9:30 AM PT

Elden Rosenthal
From the First Phone Call to the Eve of Trial: The Practical Lawyering Skills No One Learns In Law School - Live Series
From the First Phone Call to the Eve of Trial: The Practical Lawyering Skills No One Learns In Law School - Live Series

From the First Phone Call to the Eve of Trial: The Practical Lawyering Skills No One Learns In Law School - Live Series

January 14th, 21st & 28th, 2021 ♦ 12:30 PM ET ♦ 9:30 AM PT

Elden Rosenthal
$200.00

Click here for Access Instructions for Webinars.

Each attendee must register individually as they will need their own login to access the event and comply with CLE requirements.

The skills that make a trial lawyer successful are neither instinctive nor taught in law school. There is a learning curve every trial lawyer must work through, and skills are often acquired piecemeal through painful trial and error. Every young lawyer needs mentors to navigate the cross-currents of preparing a case for trial. Elden Rosenthal, one of Oregon’s most successful and distinguished trial lawyers, is offering a three-session CLE course based on his recently published book, The Plaintiff Lawyer’s Playbook, to assist trial lawyers with their development of real world skills. 

The three sessions will follow the general course of handling a case:

Session I 

1/14/21 

Establishing a successful relationship with your client, prefiling investigations, and selecting the parties and pleading. 

Session II 

1/21/21 

Formal discovery, how to prepare yourself and your client for deposition, and how to maximize the usefulness of discovery. 

Session III 

1/28/21 

The dos and don’ts of hiring experts, using focus groups, and the foundation for successfully handling settlement negotiations and mediation.

This three-part course is intended to assist lawyers who are in the first five years of their practice and includes a copy of Elden’s book, The Plaintiff Lawyer’s Playbook. (eBook or paperback—may be subject to shipping costs)

Praise for The Plaintiff Lawyer’s Playbook:

Rosenthal’s book is a powerhouse of concisely targeted advice. . . . It focuses on the work that attorneys spend most of their time on—pretrial litigation.” 

—Nicole Gainey, Washington Trial Lawyer.

“This book is unequivocally a must-read for a beginning attorney, it also includes lessons for even seasoned veterans of this profession.  This book not only could have saved me many headaches and sleepless nights had I read it at the beginning of my career, it has taught me a few new things having read it seventeen years into my career.” 

—Brandon Lacy, Arkansas Trial Lawyer.

Need accreditation in another jurisdiction?  Fill out this form and note Course No. 210100P00. 

  • Details

    Live Webinar:

    January 14th, 21st & 28th, 2021 ♦ 12:30 PM ET ♦ 9:30 AM PT

    60 minutes followed by up to 30 minutes of Q&A each

  • Accreditation

    Approved Credits

    California, 3 General Credits

    Nevada, 3 General Credits

    Pennsylvania, 3 General Credits



    Credits Available Through Reciprocity

    Alaska

    Connecticut

    Hawaii

    Montana

    New Jersey

    New York



    Applications in Process

    FL, GA, IL, MS, NC, TX

    We will apply for accreditation in your state upon request. Please use the form at the bottom of the product description to request accreditation in your state.


    Accreditation Not Available


    VA



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Click here for Access Instructions for Webinars.

Each attendee must register individually as they will need their own login to access the event and comply with CLE requirements.

The skills that make a trial lawyer successful are neither instinctive nor taught in law school. There is a learning curve every trial lawyer must work through, and skills are often acquired piecemeal through painful trial and error. Every young lawyer needs mentors to navigate the cross-currents of preparing a case for trial. Elden Rosenthal, one of Oregon’s most successful and distinguished trial lawyers, is offering a three-session CLE course based on his recently published book, The Plaintiff Lawyer’s Playbook, to assist trial lawyers with their development of real world skills. 

The three sessions will follow the general course of handling a case:

Session I 

1/14/21 

Establishing a successful relationship with your client, prefiling investigations, and selecting the parties and pleading. 

Session II 

1/21/21 

Formal discovery, how to prepare yourself and your client for deposition, and how to maximize the usefulness of discovery. 

Session III 

1/28/21 

The dos and don’ts of hiring experts, using focus groups, and the foundation for successfully handling settlement negotiations and mediation.

This three-part course is intended to assist lawyers who are in the first five years of their practice and includes a copy of Elden’s book, The Plaintiff Lawyer’s Playbook. (eBook or paperback—may be subject to shipping costs)

Praise for The Plaintiff Lawyer’s Playbook:

Rosenthal’s book is a powerhouse of concisely targeted advice. . . . It focuses on the work that attorneys spend most of their time on—pretrial litigation.” 

—Nicole Gainey, Washington Trial Lawyer.

“This book is unequivocally a must-read for a beginning attorney, it also includes lessons for even seasoned veterans of this profession.  This book not only could have saved me many headaches and sleepless nights had I read it at the beginning of my career, it has taught me a few new things having read it seventeen years into my career.” 

—Brandon Lacy, Arkansas Trial Lawyer.

Need accreditation in another jurisdiction?  Fill out this form and note Course No. 210100P00. 

Speakers

Elden Rosenthal

Elden Rosenthal

Since graduating from Stanford Law School in 1972, Elden Rosenthal has been honored to receive the most prestigious awards given out by the Oregon State Bar, the Oregon Trial Lawyers Association, and the American Civil Liberties Union of Oregon. In 1991, Elden received the Oregon State Bar’s highest honor, the Award of Merit. That same year, the Oregon Trial Lawyers Association honored Elden as the organization’s first recipient of its Public ... Learn More