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Drafting Winning Motions in a Civil Lawsuit

Discover effective and successful motion practice

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    Most statistics on the court system indicate more than ninety percent of cases settle before trial, making motion practice one of the most relevant—and potentially critically important—aspects of a litigator's arsenal. This seminar combines lectures aimed at the strategic, written, and oral aspects of motion practice with the perspectives from both expert trial practitioners and the bench. The faculty members address some of the practical and strategic aspects of written motion practice and reveal the skills of oral argument required for effective advocacy. 

    In this seminar, you learn how to write and argue a motion persuasively and meritoriously. You walk away with the secrets of successful motion practice and with the confidence to become a better oral advocate.

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    A. Bernard Guekguezian, Esq., Adler, Cohen, Harvey, Wakeman & Guekguezian LLP, Portsmouth
    Hon. Helene Kazanjian, Superior Court, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Boston
    Hon. Peter B. Krupp, Superior Court, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Boston
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