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Trial & Practice Tips - Part 2

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Thursday, May 6, 2021

10AM CENTRAL
(8:00 PT / 9:00 MT / 11:00 ET)

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$50 for Members

120 minutes
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Illinois Trial Lawyers Association

Subjects

Trial Techniques

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Summary

The Illinois Trial Lawyers Association’s May Seminar, presented by the Women’s Caucus, will address practice-specific topics as well as professional responsibility and diversity topics applicable to all aspects of the profession. We will learn how to maximize recovery in smaller personal injury cases, how to represent our clients in our work and efforts outside of the courtroom, how to create and use effective demonstrative exhibits, how to excel in motion practice, how to maximize damages through witness selection and testimony, the keys to developing and delivering opening statements at trial and at mediation, and the Honorable Nancy Rosenstengel, Chief Judge in the Southern District of Illinois, will share her perspectives on trial practice from the bench. In addition, Jayne Reardon from 2Civility will discuss attorney well-being: an ethical and professionalism issue, and Keenan Saulter will address Ending the Echo Chamber: Why Diverse Perspectives are Important when Preparing for Trial.

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Presenters

Sara M. Salger

Sara M. Salger received her undergraduate degree from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, graduating cum laude, and... Read More

Eirene Nakamura Salvi

Eirene Nakamura Salvi joined Salvi, Schostok & Pritchard P.C. in 2016. She concentrates her legal practice on cases involving... Read More

Sarah F. King

Sarah F. King is one Chicago's rising medical malpractice lawyers at the firm and one of the most hard-working, intelligent... Read More

Keenan J. Saulter

“An apology for someone’s negligence or misconduct is not justice.”

For relentless Personal Injury and Civil... Read More

Kathryn Conway

Kathryn Conway formally joined the law firm of Power Rogers & Smith in November of 2011. Ms. Conway concentrates her practice... Read More

Sara M. Davis

Sara joined Cogan & Power in June 2018 having worked at another personal injury firm. Sara handles a variety of matters... Read More

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Agenda

Caution in the Courtroom: Motion Practice; Maximizing Damages Through Witnesses; Opening Statements at Trial and Mediation; Ending the Echo Chamber Effect: Why Diverse Perspectives are Important when Prepping Trial

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