Virtual Courses

VIRTUAL EVENTs are the future

We live in unprecedented times.  I understand the challenges of pivoting to a virtual format.  As a trial attorney, I always use technology to help tell my story to the jury.  I firmly believe technology and virtual events are the future of the legal profession.  My job is to enhance your event by providing high value, high energy and passion to the virtual platform.  You can expect a professional performance with studio quality audio and visuals from all of my performances.  From the initial planning process through the follow up conversation you can expect prompt and professional participation and feedback from me.  Thanks for checking out my topics, I look forward to speaking with you.
ANATOMY OF A BURNOUT

My story of burnout and what I've learned about recognizing and preventing it. Professional burnout is reaching epidemic proportions. The legal profession, which encourages workaholism has been hit especially hard. In this motivational talk, I share my own very personal story of burnout and the mission I have been on to understand and conquer it. CLE credit may be available for this presentation, please contact me for information.

Prosecutor 101 - wIN BY TELLING A STORY

As a prosecutor in New Mexico, I have gained significant trial experience. Jury trials are won or lost long before you ever step in front of the jury for opening statement. In this course, I share my experiences as a prosecutor and the techniques that I have successfully used in dozens of jury trials. Success in trial is proportional to the preparation you put in. CLE credit may be available for this presentation, please contact me for more information.

The officer prosecutor

In many jurisdictions police officers are asked to prosecute traffic infractions and petty misdemeanors. Police officers are not trained to be litigators. Often times, they simply do not show up or dismiss the case when challenged by a defense attorney. In this course, I teach officers how to prosecute a case. From filing the complaint to closing argument, I teach officers the same techniques I have successfully used in the courtroom for years.