'Virtual Trial Advocacy Seminar' offered by MAJ on July 24

The Michigan Association for Justice (MAJ) will present its “Virtual Trial Advocacy Seminar” via Zoom on Friday July 24, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Moderated by Steven Gursten, of Michigan Auto Law, the online program will feature a line-up of experts from across the country.

Speakers and topics will include:

• Never Lose a Case on Proximate Cause Again—with Ed www.michiganjustice.orgCapozzi, Brach Eichler LLC, Roseland, NJ

• Cross Examination of Defense Experts at Trial: How to Win Without “Killing the Witness”—with Ed Ciarimboli, Fellerman Ciarimboli Philadelphia, PA

• Lessons on the Art of Persuasion—with MAJ Past President Brian McKeen, McKeen & Associates PC, Detroit

• Trial Sequencing: How to Turn a “Sure Loser” into a Big Trial Win—with Eric Penn, Penn Law Firm PC, Jacksonville, TX

• Understanding the New Court Rules and Electronically Stored Information (ESI)—with MAJ Executive Board Member Emily Thomas, Oslman MacKenzie Peacock & Wallace, Berkley

• Incorporating Psychodrama into Your Trials—with Betsy Greene, Greene & Schultz Trial Lawyers, Bloomington, IN

• Voir Dire Goals & Pitfalls—with AAJ Past President Elise Sanguinetti, Arias Sanguinetti Wang Torrijos LLP, Emeryville, CA

Cost for the online program is $161.25 for MAJ members, $78.75 for MAJ members practicing 3 years or less, $78.75 for MAJ sustaining members, $73.75 for MAJ student & paralegal members, and $318.75 for non-members.  Sitting judges can attend for free.

To register, visit www.michiganjustice.org and click on “events.”


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