Trial Techniques: Interactive Lessons from the Plaintiff and Defense Perspectives


Trial Techniques: Interactive Lessons from the Plaintiff and Defense Perspectives

Recorded On 01/29/2018


NYCLA is pleased to partner with the Defense Association of New York, Inc. to present a skill building program for attorneys interested in litigation. Learn from a distinguished panel of expert trial attorneys as they share their tips and techniques for developing trial skills and proficiency in trial advocacy.  Topics to be discussed include:

  • Preparing for Trial
  • Jury Selection
  • Common Motions in Limine
  • Opening Statements



Program Co-Sponsor: Defense Association Of New York, Inc(DANY) The Court’s Perspective Provided by: Hon. Eileen A. Rakower, Supreme Ct., NY County

FacultyIkiesha T. Al Shabazz, The law Office of Ikiesha T. Al Shabazz, Adjunct Professor, Civil Law and Procedure, NYC Technical College;  Anthony D. Martine, McMahon, Martine & Gallagher LLP and Board of Directors DANY; Stacy L. Moon, F&B Law Firm, P.C., Huntsville, Alabama; Kevin Pinter, Nicoletti Gonson Spinner LLP and Adjunct Professor for Trial Advocacy at Brooklyn Law School;  Wayne A.J. Warrley and Sherri E. Holland, Burns & Harris.


2 NY CLE Credits; 2 Skills


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