The Trial Lawyer's College is dedicated to training and educating lawyers and judges who are committed to the jury system and to representing and obtaining justice for individuals; the poor, the injured, the forgotten, the voiceless, the defenseless and the damned, and to protecting the rights of such people from corporate and government oppression. In all of its activities, the Trial Lawyer's College will foster and nourish an open atmosphere of caring for people regardless of their race, age, creed, religion, national origin, physical abilities, gender or sexual orientation.
TLC graduates Blake Lynch (Sept '15) and Brecken Wagner (July '16) had to tiptoe around false accusations, mental and physical handicaps, and poor detective work in order to win justice for their client.
Congratulations on your win, Jim. Can you tell us about the case? The case involves a 15 year old Hispanic boy. I received a call from his mother telling me her son was charged with a felony of deadly conduct, that he didn’t do it, that a surveillance video proves it and that his court-appointed attorney was not helping him.
|January 20-22, 2017||Newport Beach, CA||Regional Seminar: Opening Statement|
|March 2-5, 2017||Braselton, GA||Regional Seminar: Direct Examination|
|April 6-9, 2017||Hunt, TX||Regional Seminar: Voir Dire|
|May 27-29, 2017||Thunderhead Ranch||Alumni Work Weekend|
|June 7-11, 2017||Thunderhead Ranch||Regional Seminar: Psychodrama for Lawyers|
|June 19-27, 2017||Thunderhead Ranch||Regional Seminar: In Defense of the Damned|
|July 5-28, 2017||Thunderhead Ranch||July 3-Week College Course|
|August 7-14, 2017||Thunderhead Ranch||Graduate Course 1|
|August 19-26, 2017||Thunderhead Ranch||Graduate Course 2|
|September 5-28, 2017||Thunderhead Ranch||September 3-Week College Course|
|October 26-29, 2017||Leavenworth, WA||Regional Seminar: Cross Examination|