Removing the Mask: Transforming Your Client From Victim to Victor - On Demand CLE

Mel Orchard and Jesse Wilson
Removing the Mask: Transforming Your Client From Victim to Victor - On Demand CLE
Removing the Mask: Transforming Your Client From Victim to Victor - On Demand CLE

Removing the Mask: Transforming Your Client From Victim to Victor - On Demand CLE

Mel Orchard and Jesse Wilson
$125.00

On Demand Program

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

Telling the right story in trial means knowing who your client really is and how your jurors need to see them. When it comes to trial, most plaintiffs cast themselves in the wrong role. Why? Look no further than the word “victim.”

“Victim” is the wrong role, and you, the trial lawyer—the director, the storyteller, the producer—must cast your client’s story correctly. Presenting your client in the wrong role can be the difference between winning and losing your case. Your job is to remove that “victim” mask that your client has come to wear.

The jury must see who your client is at their core. Transforming your client to the “victor” humanizes them more to your jurors and helps to set up your damages model. And when you help your client remove their mask, your own mask will come off as well. Then, the jury will be able to see your true self and build the trust you need to win your case. 

In this program, Mel and Jesse will show you what to look for in your intake meeting (whether virtually or in person), before depositions, and into trial. Even more importantly, you’ll learn how to teach your client to view themselves as a victor and not a victim.


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.

Telling the right story in trial means knowing who your client really is and how your jurors need to see them. When it comes to trial, most plaintiffs cast themselves in the wrong role. Why? Look no further than the word “victim.”

“Victim” is the wrong role, and you, the trial lawyer—the director, the storyteller, the producer—must cast your client’s story correctly. Presenting your client in the wrong role can be the difference between winning and losing your case. Your job is to remove that “victim” mask that your client has come to wear.

The jury must see who your client is at their core. Transforming your client to the “victor” humanizes them more to your jurors and helps to set up your damages model. And when you help your client remove their mask, your own mask will come off as well. Then, the jury will be able to see your true self and build the trust you need to win your case. 

In this program, Mel and Jesse will show you what to look for in your intake meeting (whether virtually or in person), before depositions, and into trial. Even more importantly, you’ll learn how to teach your client to view themselves as a victor and not a victim.


Speakers

Mel Orchard

Mel Orchard

Mel Orchard has been trying cases throughout the United States for over 24 years – the past 14 of which were as one of Gerry Spence’s partners.  Mel is also senior faculty at Gerry’s Trial Lawyer’s College (TLC) in Wyoming, is on the Board for TLC and presents legal education seminars throughout the country. During his trial career, he has been a part of record breaking civil jury verdicts in various jurisdictions (Wyoming, Arizona, and Iowa).... Learn More

Jesse Wilson

Jesse Wilson

Jesse Wilson is a Juilliard Theater Graduate with over 20 years of working on the stage, TV, and film. In 2015, Jesse created “Tell The Winning Story,” a communication breakthrough company to empower trial lawyers to deliver high-impact presentations, as well as rapidly transform their communication and collaboration skills to effectively prepare clients and witnesses to testify. Jesse was inspired to create “Tell The Winning Story” after co-d... Learn More

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