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$195 for EAGLE Member
$235 for Members and Staff

385 minutes
Date Published

December 8, 2017

Publisher

Washington State Association for Justice

Subjects

Trial Techniques

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Summary

Fighting for Justice in a Divided World:
Ordinary Heroes in Trial

Chairpersons: Patricia Anderson, Luvera Law Firm, and Francisco Duarte, Fury Duarte PS.

Friday, December 8, 2017
WA State Convention Center, Seattle
5.75 Law & Legal - .5 Ethics credits
8:20-8:30 Welcome and Opening

Program Chairs
8:30-9:00 Understanding Conservative Jurors in a Post-Trump World: Are they Different Than they Used to Be?
Zoe Littlepage, Houston, TX
9:00-9:30 Millennial Jurors in King County and Beyond: They’re Here, and You Want them on Your Side
Jeffrey Boyd, Seattle Attorney
9:30-10:00 Coloring Outside the Lines: Telling Your Story with Visuals
Zoe Littlepage, Houston, TX
10:00-10:15 BREAK
10:15-10:45 What Tweets and Trials Have in Common: Less is More
David M. Beninger, Seattle Attorney
10:45-11:25 Focus Groups for the Every Day Lawyer: Know Your Jury Before You Pick it – Ideas and Demonstration
Mark Wagner, Tacoma Attorney
11:25-11:45 Winning the “Loser” Case: How Focus Groups Shaped My Trial
Jenna Labourr, Seattle Attorney
11:45-12:30 LUNCH (box lunches included in tuition)
12:30-1:00 Go Big or Go Home! Making the Most of Damages in Closing Argument
Deborah Chang, Los Angeles, CA
1:00-1:30 Trial Lessons from Teaching Trial Skills
Steve Fury, Bellevue Attorney
1:30-2:00 Pretrial Speed Tips
1:30-1:40 Why You Should Never File Demand Letters
Robert Dawson, Seattle Attorney
1:40-1:50 Ditch the Paper: Deposition Exhibits via Box.com
Alisa Brodkowitz, Seattle Attorney
1:50-2:00 Preparing Clients for Trial
Patricia Anderson, Seattle Attorney
2:00-2:15 BREAK
2:15-2:45 We Don’t Do it Alone: Real Justice Comes from Real People; We Need the Jurors to Finish the Race
Francisco Duarte, Bellevue Attorney, and Patricia Anderson, Seattle Attorney
2:45-3:15 Speak to Be Heard: What Works and What Doesn’t—Truths About Successful Communication
Kimberly White, Communication & Trial Consultant and Shakespeare Coach, Seattle
3:15-3:45 Ethics: Protecting Your Client from Juror Bias Based Upon Color
How Proposed General Rule 36 Would Overcome Batson’s Flaws
Salvador A. Mungia, Tacoma Attorney
3:45-4:00 Q&A

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Presenters

Patricia Anderson

Patricia Anderson joined the Luvera Law Firm in 1997. This past year, she partnered with David Beningerin obtaining a... Read More

Francisco A. Duarte

Francisco A. Duarte, a partner at the firm of Fury Duarte, P.S., is a former Assistant Attorney General and Deputy King... Read More

Zoe Littlepage

Zoe Littlepage’s practice focuses on complex cases including mass torts, defective medical product ordrug cases as well as... Read More

Jeffrey D. Boyd, Esq.

Jeff Boyd has been a trial lawyer since 1982 and has tried over 100 civil jury trials. In addition to his private practice,... Read More

David Beninger

Mr. Beninger is a shareholder/partner with the Luvera Law Firm, where he has practiced for the last 28 years.

He... Read More

Mark Wagner

Once upon a time there was a little blonde-haired, blue-eyed boy. Born in New York City, he movedto Seattle with his... Read More

Jenna Labourr

Jenna M. Labourr is a native Seattleite, born at Virginia Mason Hospital on Capitol Hill. She attended King’s High School and... Read More

Deborah Chang

Deborah S. Chang is an attorney with the firm of Panish Shea & Boyle LLP. She was on the trial teamsthat obtained a recent... Read More

C. Steven Fury

Steve Fury is a fourth generation Washington native from Snoqualmie, where he grew up as the son of a logger. He went off to... Read More

Robert K. Dawson

Bob Dawson regularly represents persons who have suffered catastrophic injuries. He has obtained a number of settlements and... Read More

Alisa Brodkowitz

Alisa specializes in complex personal injury litigation and products liability with a focus on plane crashes. Her successes,... Read More

Kimberly White

Kimberly White empowers attorneys through dynamic, cutting edge techniques she has translated from25+ years in the... Read More

Salvador A. Mungia

Salvador A. Mungia is a partner in the Tacoma office of Gordon, Thomas, Honeywell. He has been amember of WSAJ (formerly... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Understanding Conservative Jurors in a Post-Trump World: Are they Different Than they Used to Be? - Video
Millennial Jurors in King County and Beyond: They’re Here, and You Want them on Your Side - Video
Coloring Outside the Lines: Telling Your Story with Visuals - Video
What Tweets and Trials Have in Common: Less is More - Video
Focus Groups for the Every Day Lawyer: Know Your Jury Before You Pick it – Ideas and Demonstration - Video
Winning the “Loser” Case: How Focus Groups Shaped My Trial - Video
Go Big or Go Home! Making the Most of Damages in Closing Argument - Video
Trial Lessons from Teaching Trial Skills - Video
Why You Should Never File Demand Letters - Video
Ditch the Paper: Deposition Exhibits via Box.com - Video
Preparing Clients for Trial - Video
We Don’t Do it Alone: Real Justice Comes from Real People; We Need the Jurors to Finish the Race - Video
Speak to Be Heard: What Works and What Doesn’t—Truths About Successful Communication - Video
Ethics: Protecting Your Client from Juror Bias Based Upon Color How Proposed General Rule 36 Would Overcome Batson’s Flaws - Video
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