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Tens of thousands of lawyers, judges, law students and lay people packed meeting rooms to hear Younger’s artful presentations. The unrivaled popularity of Younger’s classic lectures on advocacy and evidence endures.
Mauet’s unmatched track record of excellence has entertained and informed attorneys in 47 states and provinces. His 7 Best-Selling books on evidence and advocacy are cornerstones of any trial lawyer’s library.
From the one-on-one intimacy of clinical work to speaking before crowds of thousands of people, Brian understands communication in exceptionally insightful ways. Participants in his courses consistently rate the experience among the most informative, valuable, engaging and entertaining of their careers.
As Air Force Judge Advocate
General, Lt. General Richard
Harding supervised over 4000
attorneys including judges,
prosecutors, defense counsel,
& civil litigators. His presentation
is enriched by his having witnessed
policy makers' decisions on 9/11, his
service in combat theaters, and his
involvement in the Pentagon.
Lt. General Richard C. Harding
Ground-breaking champion for justice, prolific author, international legal activist, Michael Tigar is one of the most respected and engaging trial lawyers and public speakers in the world. Excellence and elegance indeed …
Former US Attorney, law school Dean, trial lawyer, professor and author, Easton's energy and focused approach to litigation flawlessly translate into CLE presentations that bring new vibrancy to your practice.
Award-winning author and teacher, Sam Hodge is The Master educator on anatomy, injuries, and rehabilitation for lawyers. Sam’s unrivaled joy permeates his wildly popular courses for lawyers and legal para-professionals.
He has taught Constitutional Law to America – including past presidents and Chief Justices. When others speak on the subject, they are merely reciting what he has written or said. He has more to say.