A good trial lawyer is a good storyteller. To capture your audience's attention and get them to see matters from your side of the case, you need to be able to blend evidence and facts into a seamless and compelling narrative. This program will show you how to craft effective opening statements, weave in evidence and witness testimony, and wrap it all up with strong closing arguments. Sharpen your trial practice skills and learn how to persuade judges and juries - register today!
Make your opening statements engaging and shape the impressions of the jury.
Discover how to introduce your exhibits into evidence at trial.
Deliver a powerful blow to witness credibility with cross-examination and impeachment techniques.
Send jurors off to make the right decision with carefully crafted closing arguments.
This course is part of the Trial & Evidence Essentials in Tennessee series.
SEAN ANTONE HUNT is the owner of the Memphis boutique commercial defense law firm, The Hunt Law Firm, where the two-person law firm brings a unique team format to in-house counsel and business clients for their litigation needs. He practices in the areas of Section 1983 litigation, construction litigation, products liability, personal injury, workers' compensation and insurance defense. Recently, Mr. Hunt has become a Rule 31 trained mediator as well. He is a member of the American, Tennessee, Memphis, and National (Ben F. Jones Chapter) bar associations; the State Bar of Georgia; and The Mississippi Bar. Mr. Hunt is licensed to practice law in Tennessee, Georgia and Mississippi. His firm provides defense for clients all over the state of Tennessee and parts of Mississippi and Georgia. He is currently the chair of the Memphis Bar Association's Technology Section, a member of the Memphis Bar Association's Communications Committee, where he writes the technology column and various other articles for the Memphis Lawyer Magazine. Mr. Hunt earned his B.S. degree, in civil engineering, from Tennessee State University and his J.D. degree from Vanderbilt University Law School.
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