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LA-ABOTA program update

By James R. Rosen Ben Armistead | Jun. 18, 2019

Community News

Jun. 18, 2019

LA-ABOTA program update

You won't find a better close-up audience experience to hone your trial skills than by watching and hearing the state's very best civil courtroom stars demonstrate and discuss their insights and trial techniques, all set against the backdrop of a trial concerning a motorcycle/SUV collision.

Last chance to register for and attend LA-ABOTA's June 21, 2019 all day Masters In Trial program at Southwestern Law School. You won't find a better close-up audience experience to hone your trial skills than by watching and hearing the state's very best civil courtroom stars demonstrate and discuss their insights and trial techniques, all set against the backdrop of a trial concerning a motorcycle/SUV collision.

For more hands-on, interactive trial instruction, reserve your spot now for LA-ABOTA's other CLE-approved, immersive course in trial skills development, the annual, three-day Jack Daniels Trial School at Loyola Law School, July 30-August 1, 2019. Students receive individualized instruction from ABOTA's trial stars and increase their skillset by actively participating in a simulated trial. Call LA-ABOTA at (818) 343-2356 for inquiries or registration for either/both of these fine trial skills programs before it's too late. 

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