Upcoming Live Webcasts
Collapse Insurance Law 2018: Show Me the Money: From Liability to UM/UIM and Everything in Between

Join us for an engaging analysis of current issues in the insurance law practice —from the basic to the complex, to ethics challenges. Theses seminar speakers are all experts in this area who will explore the latest updates along with their insights on today’s challenges. 

Formats Available: PRE-ORDER STREAMING (Will be fulfilled 3-4 weeks after live event), Live Webcast
Original Seminar Date: March 23, 2018
On-Demand Release Date: Available Now

Approved Credit:
  • NC State Bar: 5.25 hours General Hours, 1 hour Ethics, 6.25 hours Total Hours

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    Collapse Seeking Racial Justice in Your Case, Court, and Community

    As a North Carolina attorney, you are all too aware of the gross racial and ethnic disparities characterizing the State's legal system.  But do you have the tools in your toolkit to challenge racialized mass incarceration in your individual cases, in the court system, and in your community? At NCAJ's annual award-winning seminar on addressing racial bias and racial disparities in the criminal justice system, Program Co-Chairs Emily Coward and James Williams have lined up leading state and national experts who will arm you with the facts, tools, and strategies necessary to advocate for racially just processes and outcomes at critical stages of the criminal process, including drug law enforcement, pretrial release, assessment of costs and fees, and jury selection. Special Keynote Presentation by Rick Jones, President, National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.  Reserve Your Spot and Register for the Webcast Today!

    Formats Available: PRE-ORDER STREAMING (Will be fulfilled 3-4 weeks after live event), Live Webcast
    Original Seminar Date: May 04, 2018

    Approved Credit:
  • NC State Bar: 6.00 hours General Hours

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    Collapse Updating David Ball on Damages: New Strengths and Strategies
    Featuring David Ball with Artemis Malekpour and Pate Skene

    BACKGROUND

    David Ball on Damages, first published in 1991 and followed by second and third editions, quickly became the best-selling trial advocacy strategy ever written, revolutionized Plaintiff’s trial advocacy, and helped stem the enlarging menace of tort “reform.”  The book’s success encouraged others to come forward to add their own advocacy books and – for the first time – encouraged publishers to issue more than just a handful every few years.

    The Great Jury Shift and Malekpour & Ball Research:  Plaintiff’s advocacy is now faced with a sudden and unexpected shift in American culture that is radically changing how jurors think and deliberate.  As a result, Plaintiffs are losing cases for reasons they don’t even suspect.

    WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

    This seminar will show the refinements to David Ball on Damages (and approaches that stem from it) to turn the jury shift to your client’s advantage.  You will learn how to make the most of the new ways American jurors listen, respond, deliberate, and decide.  And, after taking this seminar, you will be able to do it at your next trial.   Register Today!

    WEBCAST ITEMS TO NOTE

    • This seminar, and its webcast, ("seminar/webcast) is open only to civil plaintiff’s OR criminal defense counsel. Lawyers who perform any criminal prosecution work, work on behalf of insurance companies or any form of civil defense work are not permitted to attend/participate.
    • By registering for the seminar/webcast, the registrant certifies that neither the registrant nor anyone in her/his firm does any civil personal injury defense work or criminal prosecution. All registrants will be required to sign and submit a confidentiality agreement in advance of the seminar/webcast.
    • No prerequisites are required for this seminar/webcast.  Whether you are familiar with, or new to, David Ball’s trial advocacy techniques, this seminar/webcast is for you!  Register Today!
    Formats Available: Live Webcast
    Original Seminar Date: May 11, 2018

    Approved Credit:
  • NC State Bar: 6.75 hours General Hours

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