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Jury Trial Innovations: A Frank Discussion among the Bench, the Bar, and a Jury Consultant on Improving the Trial Process

May 16, 2019

Jones Day in New York
250 Vesey Street
New York, NY 10281-1047

6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.

Partner Harold Gordon will moderate what promises to be an engaging discussion in Jury Trial Innovations: A Frank Discussion Among The Bench, The Bar, and A Jury Consultant On Improving The Trial Process, a program the Firm is hosting in its New York Office the evening of May 16. Sponsored by the Federal Bar Council, in partnership with The American College of Trial Lawyers, and the NYU School of Law Civil Jury Project, this program will cover a variety of efforts that have been proposed, discussed, and implemented with the goal of improving jury comprehension and deliberations. There will also be a post-program reception.

Partner Kerri Ruttenberg, head of litigation for the Firm's Washington Office, who wrote the definitive book on trial visuals—Images with Impact: Design and Use of Winning Trial Visuals— joins an all-star cast of panelists for this program, including Southern District of New York Judges Jesse Furman and Lorna Schofield; New York Supreme Court Commercial Division Justice Timothy Driscoll; Barry Scheck, a founder and director of The Innocence Project; Steve Susman of Susman Godfrey LLP and Executive Director of the Civil Jury Project; Lisa Zornberg, who recently served as Chief of the Criminal Division in the Southern District of New York’s U.S. Attorney’s Office; and Josh Dubin, founder and president of Dubin Research and Consulting, Inc.

REGISTRATION & CLE CREDIT

CLE Credit Information: This program will provide 2.0 Transitional/Non-transitional CLE credits in Areas of Professional Practice. CLE credit is provided free of charge to all Federal Bar Council members in good standing. There is a $150.00 charge for CLE Credit for non-members.

For additional information or to register for this program, please visit the Federal Bar Council website.