Total Credits: 6 including 2.5 Ethics
|ACTL Coursebook Materials (21.22 MB)||Available after Purchase|
Howard R. Cabot is widely recognized nationally as a leading courtroom lawyer in complex and sophisticated litigation, including antitrust, securities, intellectual property and class actions. His experience extends to state and federal court matters, as well as emergency injunctions, jury and non-jury trials, and appeals. His jury trials have ranged from several days to as long as six months. He also teaches trial advocacy, evidence and professionalism as an adjunct professor at the Sandra Day O’Connor School of Law and Arizona State University. Additionally, Howard is a frequent speaker on a variety of litigation topics, including litigation management, legal ethics, the importance of public interest work and human rights issues.
ACTL 2016 | Innovative Trial Preparation and Presentation AM Session - Attorney/Client Relationship & Jury Selection
Original Program Date: 04/22/2016
Please wait ...