On November 3, 2010, in Fort Wayne, Indiana, and December 16, 2010, in South Bend, Indiana, the Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum will present (for 6 hours CLE credit) a seminar entitled, “Masters in the Courtroom – Trial Lawyers’ Biggest Secrets Revealed!”
Our own Kenneth J. Allen, Esq. – founder of Kenneth J. Allen & Associates — will be one of the distinguished courtroom masters teaching lawyers at this intermediate level seminar.
Ken Allen’s Seminar Panel Discussion Covers Several Topics
Along with other top-level trial attorneys, Mr. Allen will participate in a panel discussion that will cover the following:
- Problems in Jury Selection Dealing with Race and Bias
- Looking at physical evidence in death cases over brutalities alleged. Will discuss the different stages of death and why it is important in the evaluation of evidence.
- It never hurts to try! Unexpected witnesses agree to testify on behalf of client.
- You never know who is watching. Juror observations that prove you can’t underestimate the importance of the non-verbal side of the trial.
- The paradigm of what one should and should not do in cross
- Parties best interests are not always divergent in selecting a jury
- Proving Damages and Causation in a Herniated Disc Case
For more information about the seminar or specifically, Mr. Allen’s presentation, please feel free to contact the firm or the ICLEF.
Note: Thanks to the Allen County Bar Association, you may opt to view this seminar via an ICLEF LIVE Group Webcast of the November 3rd presentation (no CLE hour limit). Interested? Call ICLEF at (317) 637-9102 or check with them via e-mail at email@example.com (make sure to request an ICLEF LiveGroup Webcast site application packet).