Together. Who would have thought such a simple phrase could carry so much meaning, but…
My First Trial at the 2017 Workhorse Seminar
Each year at Workhorse, My First Trial is the one session new attorneys cannot afford to miss.
It’s been an incredible experience. Absolutely invaluable. I gained so much insight, so many new perspectives and ideas that I am going to be able to immediately take back to the office. More importantly, it’s been incredibly inspiring to learn from the state’s and nation’s best plaintiff’s trial attorneys.
– Jason Thomassy, Ambler Law Group, Tampa
The wealth of information offered in this section is essential for those in their first few years of practice. From discovery to closing, young personal injury attorneys will be energized with fresh knowledge and perspective that will boost their confidence and trial skills.
My First Trial Program:
North Star Discovery Plan – A New Way to Chart your Way to Victory
Speaker: Alexander M. Clem, Morgan & Morgan, Orlando, FL
My First Voir Dire
The Mindset and Psyche of the Young Lawyer (or New Lawyer) in Prepping for and Handling His/Her First Trial – Things to Do and Things to Avoid! Trial Checklists! Guarding Against Defense Lawyer Mind-Games
Speaker: Eric Romano, Romano Law Group, West Palm Beach, FL
My First Opening Statement
Speaker: Leslie M. Kroeger, Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll, Palm Beach Gardens, FL
Conducting the Examination of the Plaintiff in Your First Personal Injury Trial
Speaker: Douglas Beam, Douglas R. Beam, P.A., Melbourne, FL
Cross-Examining the Defense Medical Examiner in My First Personal Injury Trial
Speaker: David M. Carter, Gould Cooksey Fennell, P.A., Vero Beach, FL
My First Summation
Speaker: Matthew N. Posgay, Coker, Schickel, Sorenson, Posgay, Camerlengo & Iracki, P.A., Jacksonville, FL
What makes the Workhorse Seminar so special is that as a young lawyer it is so important to be able to network and meet mentors. At Workhorse, you will be able to meet those mentors. They are going to give you tremendous knowledge and information and you’ll never forget that. I encourage you to be there and be the trial lawyer you want to be.
– Tiffany Faddis, Faddis & Faddis, P.A., Orlando