Keeping Trial Short - On Demand CLE

Joe Fried
Keeping Trial Short - On Demand CLE
Keeping Trial Short - On Demand CLE

Keeping Trial Short - On Demand CLE

Joe Fried
$125.00

On Demand Program


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Why can it take so long to try a case and what would you do if you had to make your trial shorter? Join nationally recognized trial lawyer Joe Fried as he challenges the prevailing paradigm for lengthy civil jury trials. Joe has litigated cases in more than 35 states, and in the last 10 years his firm has obtained over 100 verdicts and settlements exceeding $1 million. His unique method of working up cases is trial tested and his results speak for themselves. 

This program will start by examining why it can take so long to try a case and then challenges listeners to imagine a new paradigm that allows trials to be significantly shorter and more focused. 

Listeners will learn how to:

  • Use intentionality to determine what a case needs to be about
  • Maintain juror focus on the important aspects of a case
  • Effectively edit case content and the number of witnesses you need for trial
  • Present witnesses and evidence quickly and efficiently

This program includes practical real-world examples and applications. Specific examples from actual trials will be utilized to explain concepts relating to content and story, jury selection, opening statement, both direct and cross-examination, and closing argument. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to learn how you can become a more effective advocate by presenting a more focused and shorter trial.

Need accreditation in another jurisdiction?  Fill out this form and note Course No. 210413D00

  • Details

    On Demand Program: 124 Minutes
    Original Air Date: 04/13/2021
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Click here for Access Instructions for On Demand Programs.

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

Why can it take so long to try a case and what would you do if you had to make your trial shorter? Join nationally recognized trial lawyer Joe Fried as he challenges the prevailing paradigm for lengthy civil jury trials. Joe has litigated cases in more than 35 states, and in the last 10 years his firm has obtained over 100 verdicts and settlements exceeding $1 million. His unique method of working up cases is trial tested and his results speak for themselves. 

This program will start by examining why it can take so long to try a case and then challenges listeners to imagine a new paradigm that allows trials to be significantly shorter and more focused. 

Listeners will learn how to:

  • Use intentionality to determine what a case needs to be about
  • Maintain juror focus on the important aspects of a case
  • Effectively edit case content and the number of witnesses you need for trial
  • Present witnesses and evidence quickly and efficiently

This program includes practical real-world examples and applications. Specific examples from actual trials will be utilized to explain concepts relating to content and story, jury selection, opening statement, both direct and cross-examination, and closing argument. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to learn how you can become a more effective advocate by presenting a more focused and shorter trial.

Need accreditation in another jurisdiction?  Fill out this form and note Course No. 210413D00

Speakers

Joe Fried

Joe Fried

Joe Fried is one of only a few plaintiff lawyers in the United States who focuses almost 100 percent of their practices on handling truck crash and other commercial motor vehicle collision cases. Mr. Fried is a former police officer and an expert in the safety rules, regulations, and industry standards governing trucking companies and truck drivers. Mr. Fried is on the faculty of the famed Trial Lawyer’s College.  He is the current Chair of Am... Learn More

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