Advanced Trial Skills: Modern Tactics You Can Implement Today - Live Webinar

October 16, 2020 ♦ 12:30 PM ET ♦ 9:30 AM PT

William A. Barton
Advanced Trial Skills: Modern Tactics You Can Implement Today - Live Webinar
Advanced Trial Skills: Modern Tactics You Can Implement Today - Live Webinar

Advanced Trial Skills: Modern Tactics You Can Implement Today - Live Webinar

October 16, 2020 ♦ 12:30 PM ET ♦ 9:30 AM PT

William A. Barton
$125.00

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.

Bill Barton is listed in Best Lawyers in America in 4 categories, has been on the cover of Super Lawyers, and is routinely listed as one of Oregon’s top ten superlawyers. He’s tried over 500 jury trials and has lectured on trial advocacy in thirty-five states and five countries. Bill has also served as a state trial judge pro tem and is the author of Recovering for Psychological Injuries (3rd Edition). In this webinar, Bill will teach you advanced skills that you can begin using immediately in your practice. 

In 90-minutes, he’ll cover the following topics and more:

  • Elevating the prominence of the jury instructions
  • Common mistakes lawyers make in focus groups
  • Tips on direct and cross-examination
  • Weaponizing professionalism
  • Generating credibility
  • Treating the judge as a thirteenth juror  
  • How to effectively argue to conservative jurors

Need accreditation in another jurisdiction?  Fill out this form and note Course No. 201058W00. 

  • Details

    Live Webinar:

    October 16, 2020 ♦ 12:30 PM ET ♦ 9:30 AM PT

    90 minutes followed by up to 30 minutes of Q&A

  • Accreditation

    Approved Credits

    California, 1.5 General Credits

    Georgia, 1.5 General Credits

    Illinois, 1.5 General Credits

    Missouri, 1.8 General Credits

    Nevada, 1.5 General Credits

    Oklahoma, 1.5 General Credits

    Texas, 1.5 General Credits



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    Connecticut

    Hawaii

    Montana

    New Jersey

    New York



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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.

Bill Barton is listed in Best Lawyers in America in 4 categories, has been on the cover of Super Lawyers, and is routinely listed as one of Oregon’s top ten superlawyers. He’s tried over 500 jury trials and has lectured on trial advocacy in thirty-five states and five countries. Bill has also served as a state trial judge pro tem and is the author of Recovering for Psychological Injuries (3rd Edition). In this webinar, Bill will teach you advanced skills that you can begin using immediately in your practice. 

In 90-minutes, he’ll cover the following topics and more:

  • Elevating the prominence of the jury instructions
  • Common mistakes lawyers make in focus groups
  • Tips on direct and cross-examination
  • Weaponizing professionalism
  • Generating credibility
  • Treating the judge as a thirteenth juror  
  • How to effectively argue to conservative jurors

Need accreditation in another jurisdiction?  Fill out this form and note Course No. 201058W00. 

Speakers

William A. Barton

William A. Barton

Bill Barton has been practicing law for thirty-five years, and has tried over five hundred jury trials. A noted lecturer in thirty-five states and four countries, Barton has obtained numerous large verdicts in medical malpractice, child abuse, and product liability cases. He is a member of the American College of Trial Lawyers, a fellow of the International Society of Barristers, and has been listed in three categories in The Best Lawyers in A... Learn More