Speaking To Win: The Art of Effective Speaking for Lawyers

Speaking To Win: The Art of Effective Speaking for Lawyers

Including Special Sections on How Men and Women Communicate Differently With Solutions for Lawyers in the Courtroom, the Boardroom and the Office

More than any other profession, the practice of law depends on the effective use of words, communication and persuasion. Through the study primarily of some of the great American political speeches and presentations of recent times, this practical program focuses on the basics of public speaking for all lawyers. Spend the day with master speakers Steven Stark and Sarah Wald and learn their winning strategies for captivating audiences. Former litigators and now international authorities on speaking and writing skills for lawyers, Stark and Wald will teach you how to capture-and keep-the attention of your clients, peers, judges and opponents.  Learn their proven strategies for acing oral presentations, delivering better oral arguments and trial presentations, finessing your delivery, and controlling your nervous butterflies. Learn, too, what research shows about how women and men communicate differently and what that means for your trial work, your practice and your communication with clients.



3/30/2018 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Live at the State Bar Center and Via Live Webcast! 5121 Masthead NE Albuquerque 87109

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Steven Stark, Sarah Wald

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