Advanced Employment Law and Litigation Featuring a Mock Jury Trial of a Title VII Case!

Thursday - Saturday, March 14 - 16, 2013
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Washington Marriott at Metro Center | Washington, DC

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The jury demonstration was top-notch. Not only did it give insight, but it facilitated great discussion.
I have attended these courses many times over the last 20+ years. I always feel a sense of rejuvenation after attending. Top notch leaders in their practice areas who give the latest developments in the employment and labor field. The course materials alone are worth the tuition! Recommend regular attendance to stay abreast of current law. Well balanced between plaintiff and defense sides. — Ricklin Brown, Bailey & Glasser
From the outset of this course, I was inspired with new, practically applicable ideas for my existing cases, which I am confident will enhance the value of several of my cases. I will most certainly attend again. — Anthony Allen, Graham, Allen & Brown PL
Mock trial was a great presentation—very insightful. Use of employee/employer point/counterpoint is effective on most issues. Materials are excellent and in-depth, will be a great resource going forward.
This course provided me with a great understanding of various topics that I see in my current practice. I feel more confident handling employment law issues that develop in my work environment than I did leaving other courses that I have attended in the past.
A wonderful and very diverse set of topics in Employment Law and Litigation, which as its crown jewel and what was worth the total cost of the course was the 3 ½ hour ‘Mock Jury Demonstration.’ This jury demonstration served as an excellent barometer of all my past learning and experiences, as well as being a rare opportunity to see what ‘real people do, in real and emotional cases!
The course was a comprehensive yet wide-ranging survey of recent employment law developments. The information presented was highly detailed and very informative. I liked the format of presenting plaintiff and defendant perspectives during many presentations. The judge (Facciola) was an added bonus. The course was well organized administratively too. Very helpful staff, always friendly.
I was very pleased that so many of the presenters were willing to answer questions and give opinions after the programs. I came with several specific issues that my jurisdiction (a city) is dealing with. Many of these issues I had researched and could not come up with a good answer. I was so impressed with the approachability and willingness to give thoughtful responses to my questions by the speakers.
I found the evidence segment extremely informative and I wish it was longer. This was a great panel and I could have listened to them discuss these issues all day. It is hard to find evidence CLE’s and most lawyers could use some direction on this issue.
I am in awe of the thoroughness and quality of the material assembled for this seminar. It is excellent. This seminar is phenomenal.