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A Day With Oliver Wendell Holmes: How to Make a Life in the Law

The Art of the Courtroom

Testimonials
This was the first CLE in which I felt to be in the presence of a true master. I left this seminar entirely refreshed and refocused. Thank you! A novel, unorthodox approach to litigation...contrarian, counterintuitive. Mr. Barton was fantastic! Top notch! He was prepared, intense and conscientious. Good job. Outstanding. Profound ideas and outstanding communicator. Very intuitive - new - different - insightful. Educational, entertaining, informative. More than a "war story" speaker. Best seminar in years.

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William A. Barton

The Barton Law Firm

Newport, Oregon

Bill Barton combines unparalleled courtroom experience (500+ jury trials) with a unique gift for public speaking to make every one of his presentations a valuable experience for the participants.

Bill does not rely on “canned” content, but rather gauges the needs and desires of each audience, then taps a wealth of knowledge and fashions each presentation so that it uniquely satisfies the people that he is addressing.

Practitioner & Author

A founding partner in The Barton Law Firm in Newport, Oregon, he has argued more than 500 jury trials to verdict. His book, Recovering for Psychological Injuries, 3rd Ed., is a most respected work in the field.

Barton is listed in The Best Lawyers in America in two categories. He is a past president of the Oregon Chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates and is a fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers. He is a past governor of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America and is a past president of both the Oregon Trial Lawyers and the Western Trial Lawyers. Barton is a fellow in the International Society of Barristers and the International Academy of Trial Lawyers.

International Acclaim

Barton has entertained, educated and inspired registrants at CLE programs in 35 states and four countries.