Against all odds, and with a platoon of witnesses stacked against his client, TLC Faculty member Colby Vokey, WON. He did it, not by telling his client's story, but by showing it. In order to understand the story, Colby did nearly 100 reenactments with his client and in the process, became so prepared, he was ready for every aspect of the case. He found a way to tell his client’s story with such life, the whole courtroom was riveted to each word.
In this podcast John Sloan, Trial Lawyer and President of the Trial Lawyers College Board talks about some of the most difficult challenges that lawyers face during voir dire, and how to handle those challenges in a way that builds credibility with the jury and ultimately builds a tribe that supports your client.
Mel Orchard, TLC Faculty, Trial Lawyer and Managing Partner at the Spence Law Firm talks to us today about the importance of story in the trial, ego in the courtroom, and what it takes to be a great trial lawyer.
How to get rid of your confidence issues and shake loose from your preconceived notions of what a lawyer "should" sound and look like. In this interview, Josh Schiffer, Trial Lawyer's College Faculty at the March 2-5 Direct Examination Seminar, fantastic lawyer and incredible teacher, goes into what it takes to break free from what is holding you back and make it happen in the courtroom.
Whether you want to put your client on the stand or not, you must plan for it anyway. It's the process itself that lays the groundwork for the win. In this podcast, Criminal Defense Trial Lawyer and Direct Examination TLC Faculty member, Don Malarcik, talks about why criminal defense lawyers need to be prepared to put their client on the stand, how to build trust, and how to enable the jury to connect with their story.
WIN with the most compelling Direct Examination. In this interview with Georgia Regional Faculty Co-Leader Betsy Greene, we dive into the details on how to develop the most compelling story and then how to present it to the jury, positioning you for a winning verdict.
In this interview with Rafe Foreman, trial lawyer, professor at UMKC Law School, and faculty at the upcoming Direct Examination Seminar March 2nd-5th, we dive into a wide range of insights that go well beyond learning a specific method and investigate the core of what it really takes to win.
Communication is at the very core of what it is to be human, and for trial attorneys, justice can depend on it. But what is good communication made of? Scott Glovsky and Joshua Karton expore the question in this episode of the Trial Lawyer's College Podcast.
In this latest episode, TLC Faculty members Ken Turek and Finlay Boag share how they use the TLC methods to win very difficult and emotionally charged cases.
With a background in politics and advocating for land rights, Laurie Goodman brings a unique and powerful skill set to the Trial Lawyer's College. In this episode, Laurie talks with Evan about her background in politics, what brought her to the Trial Lawyer's College and the deep and lasting impact TLC's programs has on its graduates.
Today's podcast is a rebroadcast of Scott Glovsky's conversation with Joe Fried. Joe is a faculty leader at the Trial Lawyer's College and they talk in great detail about Joe's successful fight against Ford Motors, his background as a police officer, the sacrifices he has made as a trial lawyer, and what motivates Joe to do the work he does. Enjoy.
Today we talk with Dana Cole, Attorney, Trial Lawyer's College Board Member and Associate Professor of Law at the University of Akron. Dana brings a very unique perspective - not only does he both practice law and teach it, he also has the opportunity to teach law students at the very beginning of their journey and then teach them later, through the Trial Lawyer's College, when they're well down their professional path. Great stuff lies within. Enjoy.
Dead case? Lying client? David Gutierrez, TLC grad and criminal defense lawyer in San Diego, CA took a closer look and found the truth. We got the chance to talk with him about his hung jury win in this interview. This is his first trial using the TLC methods from end to end. We talk about the source of true courage, the power of listening and what David did to get this incredible result.
In this episode, attorney Scott Glovsky interviews fellow trial attorney Nelson Tyrone, in which Nelson recounts the incredible impact of one story on a trial.
Attorney Evan Lloyd interviews fellow attorney Betsy Greene at the Ranch and covers a range of topics - Betsy's inspirations for becoming a lawyer (yes, Perry Mason is in the mix), her experiences and unique insight gained from years as a prosecutor and the impact the Trial Lawyer's College has had on her path as a personal injury lawyer.