Nick Rowley at Take Back the Courtroom IV - On Demand CLE

Nicholas Rowley
Nick Rowley at Take Back the Courtroom IV - On Demand CLE
Nick Rowley at Take Back the Courtroom IV - On Demand CLE

Nick Rowley at Take Back the Courtroom IV - On Demand CLE

Nicholas Rowley
$135.00

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Nick Rowley is the leading trial lawyer of his generation. By the age of forty, he had conducted 130 jury trials and obtained over $500 million in verdicts across multiple states. In 2017, he was invited by Rick Friedman to join an all-star cast of trial lawyers at the Take Back the Courtroom IV CLE in Miami. This video captures Nick’s engaging lecture as well as his discussion with Rick Friedman.

This lecture covers the following and more:

  • Getting the jury to care about your client
  • Focusing on the needs of the jurors
  • Building a cohesive “tribe" during jury selection
  • Why you won’t get great settlements from insurers without going to trial
  • Trying soft-tissue cases
  • The value of kindness, caring, and vulnerability in trial
  • Proving your client deserves the verdict is crucial
  • Trying cases more quickly and effectively
  • Working with a judge who is hurting your trial
  • Talking to the jurors about money
  • Using visuals in presenting damages
  • Using visuals to explain jury instructions in closing
  • Coming back from losing a trial

 This lecture provided inspiration and practice insights for both the speakers and attendees at the CLE. This information will provide you with helpful tips from a lawyer who tries and wins multiple trials every year.

Note: This program is a highlight from the live CLE program and DVD, Take Back the Courtroom IV.  To comply with CLE accreditation standards, this on-demand version includes the written materials. 

Need accreditation in another jurisdiction?  Fill out this form and note Course No. 170501D08

Click here for Access Instructions for On Demand Programs

Each user must register individually as they will need their own login to access the program.

Nick Rowley is the leading trial lawyer of his generation. By the age of forty, he had conducted 130 jury trials and obtained over $500 million in verdicts across multiple states. In 2017, he was invited by Rick Friedman to join an all-star cast of trial lawyers at the Take Back the Courtroom IV CLE in Miami. This video captures Nick’s engaging lecture as well as his discussion with Rick Friedman.

This lecture covers the following and more:

  • Getting the jury to care about your client
  • Focusing on the needs of the jurors
  • Building a cohesive “tribe" during jury selection
  • Why you won’t get great settlements from insurers without going to trial
  • Trying soft-tissue cases
  • The value of kindness, caring, and vulnerability in trial
  • Proving your client deserves the verdict is crucial
  • Trying cases more quickly and effectively
  • Working with a judge who is hurting your trial
  • Talking to the jurors about money
  • Using visuals in presenting damages
  • Using visuals to explain jury instructions in closing
  • Coming back from losing a trial

 This lecture provided inspiration and practice insights for both the speakers and attendees at the CLE. This information will provide you with helpful tips from a lawyer who tries and wins multiple trials every year.

Note: This program is a highlight from the live CLE program and DVD, Take Back the Courtroom IV.  To comply with CLE accreditation standards, this on-demand version includes the written materials. 

Need accreditation in another jurisdiction?  Fill out this form and note Course No. 170501D08

Speakers

Nicholas Rowley

Nicholas Rowley

Nicholas Rowley has a history of service starting out serving in both the United States Air Force and United States Army. While in both branches he served as a medic committed to aiding and caring for his fellow service members. Nick lived the values of the military medic and the creed to “aid all those who are needful, paying no heed to my own desires and wants; treating friend, foe and stranger alike, placing their needs above my own.” Accom... Learn More