Super Lawyer Gary Burger and the Honorable Judge Thomas Prebil are presenting a two hour CLE on Monday, June 27th, 2016. The Deposition and Mediation Practice CLE will be made available in two separate sessions in order to accommodate all individuals interested in participating. Space is limited for both sessions, so please register here as soon as possible.
The cost for the Deposition and Mediation Practice CLE is $50 and includes two hours of CLE credit. As always – all proceeds go to Legal Services of Eastern Missouri. Attend this CLE not because you’re required to do so but to hone your legal ability and to better your practice!
The presentations are as follows:
Advanced Deposition Practice: You’re in litigation. How do you prepare your client to be an effective witness and advocate in their case? How do you depose the Defendant to establish liability and win your case? Doctor depos for trial. I will tell you how.
Winning Mediation Strategies: Mediation techniques; negotiation tactics; how mediators work; what wins in mediation and how to get the best settlement possible. Judge Prebil will provide his views of mediation as a mediator, former Judge, and long practicing trial attorney. This is a real opportunity and I am thankful Judge Prebil is joining me.
500 North Broadway – 1st Floor
St Louis, MO 63102
10:00-10:50 am Advanced Deposition Practice
11:00-11:50 am Winning Mediation Strategies
2:00-2:50 pm Advanced Deposition Practice
3:00-3:50 pm Winning Mediation Strategies
Do you need Ethics hours? Contact Gary Burger at (314) 648-8348 or complete our online contact form for an encore performance of his Top 10 Ethics Issued in Litigation Presentation – will be presented on June 27th at 1 pm.
To improve your education, increase your awareness, and advance your practice, join Gary Burger and Judge Tom Prebil’s CLE on Monday, June 27th by registering here.
Here are some comments from Burger Law’s last CLE:
- “Exceptional. Great presentation. Wow.”
- “Thanks for the very best CLE I have attended in my 37 years of practice. I mean it. Everything discussed was directly relevant to important and sticky issues that come up in a PI practice.”
- “Your superior knowledge, professional commitment and charisma are readily obvious.”