The Trial Lawyers College supports the millions of citizens who are protesting the most recent murder of another African-American person, George Floyd, by a police state that too often demonstrates racial violence resulting in serious injury or death. Protests and marches have previously occurred when police have abused their power, to the injury, incarceration and death of people of color; but the present protests are far more extensive and lasting longer. Previous protests resulted in very little change. Now, finally, the time is ripe for much-needed change.
October 28, 2020
Due to the ongoing Covid-19 situation, the TLC Board of Directors has elected to move the Voir Dire CLE seminars scheduled for January and February 2021 to the Zoom virtual platform. We continue to prepare for a return to in-person seminars in March, provided we can maintain compliance with Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines for COVID-19 to protect the health, safety, and wellbeing of participants and their family members.
Visit our registrations page for a detailed listing of available CLE seminars and venues.
November 23, 2020
In this week’s podcast, Sarah Toney, a criminal defense specialist and TLC faculty member, discusses the world of DWI/DUI and the interplay between the TLC methods in both trial and pretrial settings. As a national leader in DUI defense, Sarah shares her insight into defending these crimes and how best to apply the TLC methods toward that goal.
November 17, 2020
Chris Trundy, a TLC faculty member from Massachusetts, discusses the delicate and powerful issue of institutional racism in the United States court system and the crossroads between civil prosecution of these claims and the TLC methods.
November 11, 2020
In this riveting interview, TLC alum and faculty member Max Mitchell draws upon his extensive experience representing Missouri’s most vulnerable criminal defendants to passionately and earnestly identify the good, the bad, and the ugly in the criminal justice system.
January 9, 2020
"The most challenging aspect of this case was trying to see things from Gabe’s perspective. He had extremely limited use of language and was not able to communicate verbally what was going on in his head. You can’t ask him what’s wrong. He can’t tell you. Once I felt that I grasped his life, I was able to more effectively select jurors, to craft questions of witnesses, and to communicate his changed life and connect with the jurors in closing.
FREE Special TLC Virtual Event:
Revisiting History with Milton Grimes, and a Demonstration of How Mr. Grimes Might Try the King Case in 2020
September 23, 2020
Post Oak Lodge, Tulsa, OK
Hampton Inn Convention Center, New Orleans, LA
Graduate 1 - SOLD OUT
Graduate 2 - SOLD OUT
YMCA of the Rockies, Estes Park, CO