Total Credits: 5 including 1 Ethics, 4 Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Law
In the finest traditions of ABOTA, this seminar is dedicated to educating trial attorneys at all levels in the art of trial advocacy. Focusing on the key elements of the trial with particular attention devoted to professionalism, courtroom techniques and those subtle nuances that distinguish the average litigator from the extraordinary trial lawyer, this creative, fast paced program will build on your already proven abilities as a trial lawyer. Broader than the routine litigation seminar, this program will invigorate the way you approach and execute litigation.
|Notices of Claim - Tricky Little Devils (0.95 MB)||22 Pages||Available after Purchase|
|Should Lawyers Use the Internet to Research Potential Jurors During Jury Selection? (0.67 MB)||12 Pages||Available after Purchase|
|Course Materials (32.00 MB)||243 Pages||Available after Purchase|
|Kelly's Heroes v. The Dirty Dozen (2.00 MB)||14 Pages||Available after Purchase|
|Effective Use of Technology (2.00 MB)||39 Pages||Available after Purchase|
Paul McGoldrick's extensive trial experience, evidenced by his election as a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers, provides a solid foundation for effectiveness in litigating and mediating a wide variety of civil disputes.
Paul McGoldrick chairs the firm’s litigation practice group along with Tom Shorall. Paul focuses his litigation practice on personal injury cases and has experience as lead counsel in complex business disputes. Paul routinely represents clients in nearly every locale of Arizona and has represented both plaintiffs and defendants, both in tort cases and in the context of commercial and professional liability suits.
In addition, Paul is a frequent mediator and arbitrator, helping to provide effective alternative dispute solutions to other attorneys and their clients. He is a member of the prestigious National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals.
The American Board of Trial Advocates has elected Paul a member based upon his many jury trials and peer review. More recently, Paul has been elected as a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers. Paul draws upon his broad experience as a trial lawyer in helping to reach resolutions to lawsuits short of more expensive jury trials.
Before entering private practice in Phoenix, Paul was a law clerk to the Honorable Frank X. Gordon, the then-Vice Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Arizona. Since 1997 he has been a Certified Specialist in Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation.
Paul is a sustaining member of Arizona's Finest Lawyers and a Best Lawyers honoree and has been a Super Lawyers selectee every year since 2007, a distinction limited to the top 5% of Arizona lawyers. For 2017 he is listed among Super Lawyers' "Top 50" Arizona attorneys.