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Boot Camp For Trial Lawyers

CLE Hours: 8 including 8 General, 0 Ethics, 1 Professionalism, 8 Trial Practice

Professionalism |  Trial Practice
State Bar of Georgia - Atlanta, Georgia



Boot Camp for Trial Lawyers

Speakers, session times and credit hours are subject to change
7:30 In-person registration opens  
7:55 Introduction
  Julia D. Neighbors
8:00 Call to Order, Opening Remarks and Welcome
  Jeffrey H. Brickman
8:15 Case Analysis, Theory of Case, Civility and Professionalism (Provides Professionalism and Trial Practice Credit)
8:45 Lecture: Opening Statement (Provides Trial Practice Credit)
9:10 Demonstration of Opening Statement (Provides Trial Practice Credit)
9:40 Panel Discussion: Critique of Opening Statements (Provides Trial Practice Credit)
10:15 Break
10:30 Lecture: Direct Examination (Provides Trial Practice Credit)
11:05 Demonstration of Direct Examination (Provides Trial Practice Credit)
11:35 Panel Discussion: Critique of Direct Examination (Provides Trial Practice Credit)
12:15 Lunch
12:45 Panel Discussion: What Judges Want from Trial Lawyers (Provides Professionalism and Trial Practice Credit)
1:30 Lecture: Cross-Examination (Provides Trial Practice Credit)
2:10 Demonstration of Cross-Examination (Provides Trial Practice Credit)
2:40 Panel Discussion: Critique of Cross-Examination (Provides Trial Practice Credit)
3:15 Break
3:30 Lecture: Closing Arguments (Provides Trial Practice Credit)
3:55 Demonstration of Closing Arguments (Provides Trial Practice Credit)
4:25 Panel Discussion: Critique of Closing Arguments (Provides Trial Practice Credit)
5:05 Concluding Lecture: Twelve Secrets of Persuasive Argument (Provides Trial Practice Credit)
5:25 Closing Remarks
  Jeffrey H. Brickman


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Richard is the First Assistant U.S. Attorney. Previously he served as Chief of the Violent Crime & National Security Section and as a Deputy Chief in that section.  He also acted as the office’s Human Trafficking Coordinator and a member of the Hiring Committee. Richard has extensive experience handling complex, high-profile matters in federal court, including forced labor and domestic and international sex trafficking violations, and public corruption matters. He was the recipient of the Attorney General’s Distinguished Service Award in 2004 and the 2010 recipient of the Director’s Award for Superior Performance by a Criminal Trial Team. He is also a member of the American College of Trial Lawyers. Richard earned a B.A. in History from Morehouse College in 1988 and his J.D. from the University at Austin School of Law in 1991.

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State Bar of Georgia

104 Marietta St. NW, 3rd Floor, Atlanta, Georgia 30303, United States
(404) 527-8700

Important Information

Please be advised that your credit will not be reported to the State Bar of Georgia CLE Regulation Department until after you have completed the steps necessary to earn credit for that program. 

Self reporting is required for all other jurisdictions.

The information presented is solely for educational purposes. The opinions expressed by the faculty in their materials and presentations are their own and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the State Bar of Georgia, its officers, directors and/or employees. The faculty is not engaged in rendering legal or other professional advice and these presentations and publications are not a substitute for the advice of an attorney. All publications and presentations were created to serve the continuing legal education needs of practicing attorneys.

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