2014 WSAJ Annual Convention - New Lawyer Seminar

Published by Washington State Association for Justice


Summary

2014 WSAJ Annual Meeting & Convention

Chairpersons: Kristina McKennon & Greg Price

Thursday, July 17 - Sunday, July 20, 2014

Skamania Lodge, Stevenson, WA

WSBA Activity ID: 386750

Recorded Friday, July 18, 2014

New Lawyer Seminar with Chair Rebecca Roe – 2.0 CLE credits

1:00-1:20 Voir Dire in an average size Case – Ben W. Wells

1:20-1:40 You Can’t Get to Oz Without The Yellow Brick Road – Paving The Way to Trial – Elizabeth Woody Lindquist

1:40-2:00 Show & Tell: Using Demonstrative Exhibits Without Blowing the Budget – Julie A. Kay

s 2:00-2:20 How to Prepare for and Cross any Expert – Kristine Grelish

2:20-2:40 Crossing the Not-So-Independent CR 35 Examiner – James J. Holland

2:40-3:00 Making the Ask - Big or Small – Vonda M. Sargent

Presenters
Rebecca J. Roe
REBECCA J. ROE is with the firm Schroeter Goldmark & Bender in Seattle. In over 30 years practicing law, she has represented thousands of clients seeking justice for sex crimes, harassment, unfair work conditions and wrongful death. Since joining SGB...More
Ben Wells
Ben has practiced personal injury since 1989 and is a graduate of the Spence Trial Lawyer’s college. He is an advocate of focus groups and other social tools to formulate effective story for trial. He enjoys his family, skiing, kayaking, dirt biking,...More
Elizabeth Woody Lindquist
ELIZABETH WOODY LINDQUIST handles all types of plaintiff's personal injury cases, specializing in major and catastrophic injuries and wrongful death. Her most rewarding work has been in obtaining just compensation for injured children and incompetent...More
Julie Anne Kays
Julie is an attorney with Connelly Law Offices. Since joining the firm in late 2011, Julie and her colleague Lincoln Beauregard have secured an $8 million settlement against the State of Washington on behalf of six physically abused children....More
Kristine Grelish
Kristine Grelish is the owner of GRELISH LAW PLLC, with offices in Seattle and Yakima. She primarily practices in the areas of: Plaintiff’s Personal Injury and Insurance Disputes (insurance coverage, insurance bad faith, Insurance Fair Conduct Act...More
James J. Holland
Jim Holland, Jr. is a graduate of the University of Washington (BBA 1999) and the Willamette University College of Law (JD 2002) where he served as Articles Editor of the Willamette Law Review. He formerly practiced at Perkins Coie in Seattle, and...More
Vonda M. Sargent
VONDA M. SARGENT has practiced in Washington since 1994. She opened her practice The Law Offices of Vonda M. Sargent, PLLC in 2005. She earned her J.D. from the Seattle University School of Law in 1994. She clerked for Judge Gerry Alexander of the...More

Originally Published

July 18, 2014


Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

  • 2014 WSAJ Annual Convention - New Lawyer Seminar - Paper
  • Voir Dire in an average size Case - Video
  • Voir Dire in an average size Case - Audio
  • You Can’t Get to Oz Without The Yellow Brick Road – Paving The Way to Trial – Video
  • You Can’t Get to Oz Without The Yellow Brick Road – Paving The Way to Trial – Audio
  • Show & Tell: Using Demonstrative Exhibits Without Blowing the Budget - Video
  • Show & Tell: Using Demonstrative Exhibits Without Blowing the Budget - Audio
  • How to Prepare for and Cross any Expert - Video
  • How to Prepare for and Cross any Expert - Audio
  • Crossing the Not-So-Independent CR 35 Examiner - Video
  • Crossing the Not-So-Independent CR 35 Examiner - Audio
  • Making the Ask - Big or Small - Video
  • Making the Ask - Big or Small - Audio

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