Fall Conference Committee Presents: David Ball on Criminal Defence
Date: February 15, 2022, 7 to 8:30 p.m.
Featuring: David Ball, Trial Consultant, Malekpour & Ball (USA)
Learn what arguments work with judges and juries and how to better present the case for the defence with one of America’s foremost trial consultants.
Aside from winning your cases, the rule-out method will simplify your trials, save you time, and money.
Open to CLA members that are criminal defense lawyers
- $10 plus HST*
Register online by going to https://members.criminallawyers.ca/event-4682600
This event may be recorded.
* The CLA will match registration fees collected and donate to two charities that support people released from custody: Elizabeth Fry (https://www.efrytoronto.org/) and the John Howard Society (https://johnhoward.on.ca/).
As part of the session an e-copy David Ball on Criminal Defence will be provided.
CPD: 90 minutes of substantive
David Ball (Malekpour Ball Consulting) is the nation’s most influential trial consultant. With partner Artemis Malekpour, he guides plaintiff’s civil cases and criminal defense cases across the country. They are the nation’s only trial consultants qualified to help attorneys with Reptilian methods and strategy, as well as with Ball’s David Ball on Damages techniques and a wide range of other essential approaches. They have an unparalleled record in helping attorneys with every size and kind of case.
Dr. Ball is also a pioneer in adapting methods of film and theater for use in trial. His theater/film students hold Oscars, Obies, Tonys, and Emmys. His Theater Tips and Strategies for Jury Trials has been a bestseller for nearly two decades, and his Backwards and Forwards has been a foundation of theater and film training since 1984.
Dr. Ball wrote two of the bestselling trial strategy books ever published: David Ball on Damages and—with Reptile cofounder Don Keenan—Reptile: The 2009 Manual of the Plaintiff’s Revolution.
Dr. Ball is an award-winning teacher for the North Carolina Advocates for Justice and the American Association for Justice’s National College of Advocacy. He has also taught law students at North Carolina, Wake Forest, Pittsburgh, Minnesota, and Campbell law schools, and at Duke Law as a senior lecturer. He has long been the nation’s most in-demand continuing legal education speaker.