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Opening Statement: It's About a Story

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Date Published

September 22, 2016


Consumer Attorneys of California


Opening Statements, Trial Techniques


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Opening statements must preview the case, signal critical evidence to come, tell a compelling story, and build credibility. In this webinar, Michael Kelly will explain how to craft a compelling story while focusing on the facts of the case. Participants will leave the webinar with a checklist for preparing their opening and common mistakes to avoid.

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Michael A. Kelly

Mike Kelly has spent more than 35 years honing his skill as one of the nation's top personal injury attorneys. Throughout... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Opening Statement: It's About a Story - Video
Opening Statement: It's About a Story - Paper
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