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For over 10 years we’ve worked with the most talented continuing legal education presenters across the country and around the globe. Our growing faculty is made up of distinguished legal practitioners and proven subject-matter experts who are leaders in their field, and also passionate, engaging teachers committed to helping lawyers like you succeed in your practice. Together they have authored more than 70 books, including some of the best-selling legal treatises of all time. They have shared their expertise on dozens of international and local news networks including CBC, CTV, Court TV, Good Morning America, Fox News, CBS’ The Early Show, NBC Nightly News, ABC, Fox Business, The Today Show, Keith Olbermann, CNN, and they have been featured in or authored articles for The New Yorker, The Boston Globe, The Montreal Gazette, The Toronto Star, The New York Times, The LA Times, The Washington Post, The Atlantic Monthly, and dozens of legal and other industry publications. Read their profiles below to learn more.

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Tim Allen

Tim Allen Toronto, ON

Tim Allen is a lawyer with Sherrard Kuzz LLP in Toronto. A skilled litigator, he provides advice and representation to employers in many areas of employment and labour law, including employee screening and hiring, human rights and accommodation, employment contracts, employment standards, and wrongful and constructive dismissal litigation. A frequent presenter and commentator on employment-related matters, include for the Human Resources Professionals his opinion has also been sought by Canadian Emplay Law Today. Tim is a member of the Law Society of Ontario, and a graduate of Queen's University, (Juris Doctor) and McGill University (Bachelor of Science).

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Steve Armstrong

Steve Armstrong San Diego, CA

Steve Armstrong is the founder of Armstrong Talent Development. Drawing on 20 years’ experience in leading talent-management programs and teaching professionals, Steve provides consulting and training services for law firms and other professional-service organizations. He emphasizes practical methods for improving the performance of professionals – at all levels of seniority – so that they can contribute more to their firms. For more than 20 years, he has taught writing programs for lawyers in the U.S. and Canada and for federal and state judges. With Professor Timothy P. Terrell, he is the co-author of Thinking Like a Writer: A Lawyer’s Guide to Effective Writing and Editing (3rd edition, 2008, Practicing Law Institute). Steve presents several programs in Canada in conjunction with Seminar Partners, including the best-selling Writing to Persuade, and Writing (and Editing) for Clarity and Impact half day and one-day seminars.

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William Bernhardt

William Bernhardt Choctaw, OK

William Bernhardt spent ten years as a litigator and partner at one of Oklahoma’s most prominent law firms. While practicing law, he received awards from Legal Services of Eastern Oklahoma and the Oklahoma Bar Association. Barrister Magazine named him one one of the top twenty young lawyers in America. After his Ben Kincaid courtroom drama books consistently hit the New York Times bestseller list, he left the practice of law to write and teach writing full-time. He has sold more than ten million books worldwide. In addition to his law degree, Bernhardt holds a Master’s Degree in English Literature, giving him a unique resume as the only legal writing instructor in the nation who has had academic acclaim, a successful, award-winning law practice, and numerous New York Times bestselling novels. He has twice won the Oklahoma Book Award for Best Fiction, and has received the Southern Writers Guild’s Gold Medal Award, and the H. Louise Cobb Distinguished Author Award. He is the youngest author inducted into the Oklahoma Writers Hall of Fame.

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Lisa M. Bolton

Lisa M. Bolton Toronto, ON

Lisa M. Bolton is a lawyer with Sherrard Kuzz LLP (Toronto), one of Canada’s leading employment and labour law firms representing employers. Lisa is an accomplished litigator with significant experience acting for organizations of all sizes, operating in a variety of industries. Her expertise includes Civil Litigation; Wrongful Dismissal Litigation; Employment Contracts; Executive Compensation; Workplace Contracts; Employment Standards; Human Rights; Attendance Management; Privacy; Grievance Arbitration, Strike Preparation and Management Training. Former General Counsel of a public multinational technology company, Lisa’s understanding of and appreciation for the client perspective enables her to help clients manage risk through a variety of business solutions and, where appropriate, use litigation to advance business goals. Lisa is a frequent speaker at national and local conferences, and is widely published on a variety of matters relating to employment and labour law, including in HR Reporter, Canadian Safety Reporter, Franchise Voice, Canadian Employment Law Today, Daily Commercial News, Inhouse - Canadian Lawyer, and other publications. She has a law degree from the University of Toronto and a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Guelph.

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Craig Brody

Craig Brody Philadelphia, PA

Craig Brody is a technology trainer with over 20+ years teaching basic and advanced Excel commands. He has trained thousands of lawyers and other professionals on how to effectively use Microsoft Office and other software programs to improve work productivity and efficiency. He is a frequent presenter for American bar associations, and leads training workshops at The Wharton Business School and the University of Pennsylvania Law School. In addition, he publishes his own training materials and provides software consulting and programming services to law firms and others.

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Shelley Brown

Shelley Brown Toronto, ON

Shelley Brown is a Toronto lawyer who has practiced almost exclusively in the areas of employment and human rights law for over thirty years. A member of the Steinberg, Hope, Title & Israel law firm, Shelley previously worked as in-house counsel to Prudential Insurance of America in Canada, and was the Director of Human Resources and Ethics Officer for Prudential Canada. Shelley has extensive experience and knowledge relating to human rights, wrongful dismissal, constructive dismissal, appropriate notice, restrictive covenants, and nonsolicitation agreements, and his unique background gives him deep insight into the challenges and stresses of both employers and employees when confronted with complex workplace issues. He has an LL.B. from McGill University, and an LL.M. from Osgoode Hall Law School. He was called to the Quebec Bar in 1981, and the Ontario Bar in 1983. Shelley is a frequent presenter for law, human resources, and cannabis related groups, and has commented in or been interviewed on marijuana in the workplace by The Globe and Mail, Canadian Lawyer Magazine, Employment Law Today, HR Reporter, Trucking HR, WeedStar TV, What She Said Talk Radio, and Lift News, among others.

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Lynne Butler

Lynne Butler St. John’s, NL

Lynne Butler is a lawyer, mediator, and writer. She graduated from UBC Law School and was called to the Bar in Alberta in 1986. After more than 30 years, thousands of wills drawn and hundreds of estates probated, Lynne joined a leading trust company and worked as an estate planner for a further seven years. Show now practices law in her home province of Newfoundland and Labrador, working exclusively in wills, estates, probate, elder law, trusts, and related matters. Lynne has appeared on, or been interviewed by CPAC, CityTV, Global TV, BNN, CBC Radio, the Wall Street Journal, the Globe and Mail, the Vancouver Province, the Edmonton Journal, the Toronto Star, the Montreal Gazette, Canadian Lawyer, Today's Parent, Caregiver Solutions, Advisor's Edge, and Maclean's, among other publications. She is the co-host of a weekly radio show, The Law Show, and is the author of ten books about estate planning.

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Sean Carter

Sean Carter Mesa, AZ

For 10 years after graduating from Harvard Law School, Sean Carter represented clients such as GNC, Experian, the Boston Beer Company, and J. Crew. In 2002, Sean left practice to become North America’s foremost (and perhaps only) Humourist at Law. From 2003 to 2006, he wrote a weekly ABA humour column for lawyers, and his syndicated legal humour column has appeared in general circulation newspapers nationwide, including The Los Angeles Times. Sean delivers over 100 programs a year for bar associations, law firms, in-house corporate legal departments, and law schools, and has appeared on television programs, and is a frequent guest on talk radio shows across America. This is his first national webcast to Canadian lawyers.

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Mark J. Cochrane

Mark J. Cochrane Vancouver, BC

Mark J. Cochrane is a family law litigator practicing with Gordon J. Kopelow Law Offices in Vancouver since 2007. Mark has conducted successful trials in Provincial Court and BC Supreme Court, as well as successful appeals before the BC Court of Appeal Appeal involving such matters as property division, retroactive child support, and changes in child custody. With psychologist Dr. Gordon Cochrane, Mark has been a co-presenter of CLE seminars relating to the cross-examination of psychological and health care experts. In addition to practicing law full-time, Mark is a faculty member in the English Department at Kwantlen Polytechnic University. He has published in a number of areas.

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Charles Craver

Charles Craver Washington, DC

Charles B. Craver is one of North America’s most popular CLE lecturers. He is a member of the American Law Institute and the Freda Alverson Professor of Law at the George Washington University Law School where he teaches two different courses on legal negotiating. Professor Craver has taught negotiation skills to over 95,000 lawyers and professionals throughout the United States, and in Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Austria, England, Germany, Turkey, and China. He is the author of leading negotiation texts, Effective Legal Negotiation and Settlement (7th ed. 2012), The Intelligent Negotiator (2002), The Art of Negotiation in the Business World (2014), and coauthor of Legal Negotiating (2007) and Alternative Dispute Resolution: The Advocate’s Perspective (4th ed. 2011).

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David A. Crerar

David A. Crerar Vancouver, BC

David A. Crerar is a partner in the Vancouver office of Borden Ladner Gervais. He practises in the area of civil and commercial litigation, with a focus on media law and defamation, shareholder disputes, protection of trade secrets, Internet litigation, and banking and pension litigation. He serves as the Firm's National Leader for its Defamation and Media Group. David has served as a Professor at the University of British Columbia Faculty of Law, lecturing in civil procedure, since 2004. He is a co-editor and author of The Civil Litigation Process, the most widely-used civil procedure text in Canadian law schools, and of the award-winning book British Columbia Business Disputes. He is also the author of Mareva and Anton Piller Orders in Canada: A Practical Guide (Irwin law, 2017). He is a prolific author and speaker on a wide variety of legal topics, including banking law, class proceedings, media and defamation law, Internet law, injunctions, and civil procedure. David is named, based on peer reviews, in The Best Lawyers in Canada, (Corporate and Commercial Litigation, Media and Defamation Law), 2018 (and since 2014), The Canadian Legal Lexpert® Directory (Litigation - Defamation and Media Law), 2018, and as a "Litigation Star" (British Columbia) in Benchmark Litigation – The Definitive Guide to Canada's Leading Litigation Firms and Lawyers, 2018 (and since 2014). He has an AV 4.5/5 "Preeminent™" rating (Commercial Law; Litigation; Libel, Slander and Defamation) in Martindale-Hubbell® Peer Review Ratings. David is Vice -President (from 2017) of the Canadian Media Lawyers' Association/Ad IDEM.

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Jeff Davidson

Jeff Davidson Raleigh, NC

Jeff Davidson, The Work-Life Balance Expert®, is the leading personal brand in speaking, writing, and reflecting on work-life balance issues. He has a passion for helping organizations help their employees make rapid progress in this arena. He has spoken to Fortune 100 companies such as IBM, Cardinal Health Group, Lockheed, American Express, Worthington Steel, Wells Fargo, Westinghouse, Novo Nordisk, Swissotel, Re/Max, Experient, Lufthansa and others. His books including Simpler Living, Breathing Space, The 60 Second Organizer, The 60 Second Self-Starter, and The 10 Minute Guide to Managing Stress have been published in 18 languages and have been featured in 68 of the top 75 American newspapers, and he has been interviewed by the Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, Christian Science Monitor, New York Times, and USA Today. He currently is a columnist for 16 publications, among them Accounting Web, Association News, HR.com, Meeting Professional, Inside Business, Practical Lawyer, and Real Estate Professional. Jeff also is an Advisory Board member for Career Pro Inc. He was cited by Sharing Ideas magazine in its annual roundup of “consummate speakers.”

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Vincent Denault

Vincent Denault Montreal, QC

Vincent Denault is a lawyer and certified fraud examiner, member of the Bar of Quebec and the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners. He holds a Bachelor’s degree of Laws from the Université du Québec à Montréal (UQÀM) and a Master’s degree of Laws from the same university where he studied the impact of witnesses’ nonverbal behavior during trials. Vincent Denault is also research assistant at the Communication and Health Research Center of the Université du Québec à Montréal (UQÀM), PhD student and lecturer at the Department of Communication of the Université de Montréal, co-director of the Center for for Studies in Nonverbal Communication Sciences of the Montreal Mental Health University Institute Research Center and author of the book Nonverbal Communication and Witnesses’ Credibility published by Yvon Blais Editions. Funded by the Quebec Research Funds – Society and Culture (FRQSC), Vincent’s research focuses primarily on issues related to the credibility assessment, deception detection and nonverbal communication during trials. He is the inaugural recipient of the Emerging Scholar Award (2016) of the Nonverbal Division of the National Communication Association.

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Roger Dodd

Roger Dodd Valdosta, GA / Jacksonville, FL

Roger Dodd is an internationally-known trial attorney, author, lecturer, consultant and renowned expert on cross-examination techniques. His focus is on serious or catastrophic personal injury, wrongful death, trucking cases, aviation accidents, and medical malpractice. In addition to his practice in Valdosta, Georgia, Roger is senior partner of Spohrer & Dodd of Jacksonville, Florida. Listed in The Best Lawyers in America since 1991, he is co-author of LexisNexis’ best selling title ever: Cross-Examination: Science and Techniques along with Media Skills: the Lawyer as Spokesperson (LexisNexis, 2008). Roger has been named a Georgia “Super Lawyer”. He is a frequent guest and commentator on Court TV, Good Morning America and numerous local Fox, CBS, NBC and ABC affiliate stations. Roger delivers several programs a year in Canada in conjunction with Seminar Partners, including Advanced Cross-examination Techniques, and Media Skills: The Lawyer as Spokesperson.

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Katrina Dunn

Katrina Dunn Vancouver, BC

Katrina Dunn is an award-winning professional director, respected producer and inspiring teacher. For over a decade she has been Artistic Director of Touchstone Theatre in Vancouver, BC. Touchstone Training teaches lawyers how to dramatically improve their performance using the skills and techniques of an actor. Touchstone’s critically acclaimed workshop, The Powerful Performance: Effective Advocacy Skills for Lawyers, has helped countless lawyers and judges develop and improve their advocacy and presentation skills. She has taught theatre at the University of British Columbia and in Touchstone Training workshops for the Trial Lawyers Association of British Columbia, BC CLE and at numerous legal conferences and events. She received her training at SFU (Dance and Theatre programs) and the National Theatre School of Canada. Katrina offers one to two day open enrolment and private in-house programs across Canada through Seminar Partners.

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Stephen Easton

Stephen Easton Laramie, WY

Stephen Easton is a trial lawyer and award-winning teacher. A former U.S. Attorney for North Dakota, and past partner in the firm of Pearce & Durick, he was dean for 4 years of the University of Wyoming College of Law, where he remains a Professor of Law. He previously taught law at The University of Missouri-Columbia School of Law. He is the author of How to Win Jury Trials: Building Credibility with Judges and Jurors, and co-author of Professional Responsibility: Problems, Case and Materials, 3rd Ed. His articles have been widely published in the legal and popular press. Steve received his J.D. from Stanford Law School. Seminar Partners’ programs featuring Stephen Easton are presented in conjunction with the Professional Education Group.

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Lewis Eisen

Lewis Eisen Ottawa, ON

Lewis Eisen (Ottawa, Ontario) has worked in Information Management for the federal government for over ten years. As a consultant to the legal profession since 1987, he has trained thousands of lawyers and judges across Canada and the United States to use technology and manage information effectively. Eisen is the author of four editions of The Canadian Lawyer's Internet Guide, as well as numerous articles on law and technology. He has also written the Net Beat column for The Lawyers Weekly, and has been a regular contributor to the Canadian Bar Association’s General Practitioner’s Digest. Eisen previously practiced with the Toronto firm of Wexler, Fleet & Eisen, then served as the office systems manager for the Toronto firm of Campbell, Godfrey & Lewtas. After practicing law, he moved into the field of law office automation, and spent three years as director of the Law Society of Upper Canada’s Computer Education Facility. Eisen is past president of the Canadian Society for the Advancement of Legal Technology.

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Lenne’ Espenschied

Lenne’ Espenschied Smyrna, GA

Lenne’ Espenschied, Esq. practiced law in Atlanta, Georgia for 25 years, focusing on corporate and transactional representation for technology -based businesses. She is the author of two books published by the American Bar Association: Contract Drafting: Powerful Prose in Transactional Practice (ABA Fundamentals, 2015, 2nd ed) and The Grammar and Writing Handbook for Lawyers (ABA Fundamentals, 2011). After graduating from the University of Georgia School of Law, Ms. Espenschied began her legal practice at Sutherland, Asbill & Brennan; she also served as Senior Counsel in the legal department of Bank of America before eventually opening her own law office. Ms. Espenschied has taught commercial law, contracts, and contract drafting at Charlotte School of Law and at the University of Georgia. She is a frequent speaker at continuing legal education seminars across Canada and the US. Her passion is helping lawyers acquire the skills they need to be successful in transactional practice.

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Charles Fox

Charles Fox Vestal, NY

Charles Fox practiced law for 22 years, the last 14 as a partner at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP in New York. He specialized in complex debt transactions and restructurings. In 2005, he left Skadden to start up Fox Professional Development LLC, which has become the foremost provider of training on transactional lawyering skills to United States law firms. He is the author of Working with Contracts: What Law School Doesn’t Teach You, the leading book on contract practice for new lawyers. He is an adjunct professor at Cornell Law School and the University of Alabama Law School, and has presented at Cardozo Law School, Emory Law School, Pace Law School, and Northwestern University School of Law. He loves teaching deal lawyers how to do what they do, and believes it is very important work.

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Delee Fromm

Delee Fromm Toronto, On

Delee Fromm, who is a lawyer, psychologist and author, has taught and coached for 30 years. As a former partner at a large Bay Street law firm she practised commercial real estate for 17 years. Prior to her career in law, she was a neuropsychologist in Alberta. In her third career as a consultant she provides skill training and career coaching services to international law firms, corporations, banks, and governments. She is a guest lecturer at the University of Western Ontario, Ryerson University, York University and the University of Toronto. She has contributed content for Lexis Practice Advisor Canada and CBA Practice Link, and written articles for The Lawyer’s Weekly. She is the author of Advance Your Legal Career: Essential Skills for Success published by LexisNexis Canada. Her next book Understanding Gender at Work: How to Use, Lose and Expose Blind Spots for Career Success will be available in the fall.

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Brian L. Gibbard

Brian L. Gibbard Burnaby, BC

Brian L. Gibbard is a Chartered Mediator and a Qualified Arbitrator. He was called to the British Columbia bar in 1981 and has been working in dispute resolution since 1998. He has mediated more than 2,000 cases. He has a particular interest in conflicts involving insurance issues. Brian practiced law for 36 years, 25 years of which were with Greiner Bethell and Company in Burnaby doing criminal and civil litigation, with a focus on personal injury, commercial disputes, and building construction. He was the managing partner for 10 years. Brian is a member of the B.C. Mediation Roster, and is past President of the Commercial Mediation Association of British Columbia. He is also a member of the British Columbia Arbitration and Mediation Institute, the Alternate Dispute Resolution Institute of Canada, and he is Board Chair of Mediate B.C.

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Stacie Glazman

Stacie Glazman Toronto, ON

Stacie Glazman, LL.B., LL.M., CBV, C.S. is the only litigation lawyer in Canada who is also a Chartered Business Valuator. She is certified as a Specialist in Family Law by the Law Society of Ontario. She is a sole practitioner through Stacie R. Glazman Professional Corporation (Toronto, ON), with a focus on family law cases involving complex financial issues. She is also the President of Synergy Valuations Inc. and has prepared numerous reports on valuation of private businesses tracing issues, and income analysis. Stacie has been qualified as an expert in the Ontario Superior Court of Justice and has testified in court and in arbitrations in both Ontario and in Alberta. She is widely published on issues of family law and valuation matters, and she frequently presents to judges, and to lawyers and accounting professionals through leading professional and regulatory associations.

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Sharon Griffin

Sharon Griffin Calgary, AB

Sharon Griffin, CPA, CA∙IFA is principal of Sharon L. Griffin Professional Corporation (Calgary, AB). For the past several years Sharon has focused her practice on family law matters, providing financial analysis and other forensic accounting support on various issues including child and spousal support, property division, and asset tracing. As a recognized authority in family law, Sharon has provided expert evidence in court as well as in mediation and arbitration. She also has extensive experience in forensic accounting including litigation support, loss quantification, and the investigation of numerous allegations of fraud and other forms of corruption. Sharon is an accomplished speaker and presents on a number of important family law topics for a variety of legal and accounting organizations. She has also published a number of articles on forensic accounting.

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Toni Halleen

Toni Halleen Minneapolis, MN

Toni is the Chief Operating Officer for Schaefer Halleen, LLC in Minneapolis. Prior to taking her role at Schaefer Halleen in 2012, Toni practiced employment law for many years with The General Counsel, Ltd. (the “GCL”), a law firm which provides outsourced, in- house counsel services to business clients. An improvisation performer, Toni has combined her talents into a fresh, fun approach to professional development. Her “Think on The Spot!” seminars are presented across the United States, and are designed to build listening, thinking, communication, team-building, and presentation skills for lawyers. Her play “Soulless, Bloodsucking Lawyers: A Musical!” was the best-selling show and voted Best Musical at the Minnesota Fringe Festival for 2003. From 1997 to 2002, Toni was the director of employment law for ADC Telecommunications, a multi-national corporation headquartered in Eden Prairie, Minnesota. Before that, she practiced employment law with Briggs and Morgan in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She received her J.D. from the University of Minnesota Law School, and her B.A. from Mount Holyoke College.

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Samuel D. Hodge

Samuel D. Hodge Philadelphia, PA

Sam Hodge is an award winning teacher, and personal injury author and authority. Hodge has received multiple teaching awards, including the Outstanding Achievement Award – Best Program from ACLEA, the International Association for Continuing Legal Education. He has been designated a Master Teacher by the Academy of Legal Studies and his interactive teaching style has been the subject of stores in The New York Times, the Philadelphia Daily News, the Chronicle of Higher Education, National Public Radio and television. He lectures on anatomy to lawyers, physicians, judges, and insurance professionals. He has authored more than 150 articles which have been published in journals such as The Practical Litigator, Modern Medicine, the Insurance Counsel Journal, the Practical Lawyer, The Barrister and the American Business Law Journal. He has also written several legal texts including Anatomy for Litigators published by ALI-ABA. Hodge’s most recent book, The Forensic Autopsy for Lawyers, co-authored by Michael Panella. Hodge received his J.D. from Template University School of Law. Seminar Partners’ programs featuring Sam Hodge are presented in conjunction with the Professional Education Group.

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Gareth Jones

Gareth Jones Toronto, ON

Gareth Jones is a former Director of the Special Ombudsman Response Team at the Office of the Ombudsman of the Department of National Defense and Canadian Forces (DND/CF). Prior to that, he was an investigator with the Attorney General of the Province of Ontario Special Investigations Unit (SIU). Before emigrating to Canada, he was a police officer with the Metropolitan Police, London, UK. He has conducted over 500 investigations in his career. He is author of Conducting Administrative, Oversight and Ombudsman Investigations, The Top Ten Things Not To Do When Setting Up A Police Oversight Agency and Workplace Investigations: Getting Beyond He Said, She Said. Gareth has been retained by counsel in the United States, Canada and the Cayman Islands to provide expert evidence in police shooting and pursuit cases. He delivers training to a wide variety of private and public organizations, and fact-finding agencies across the world, including United Nations bodies. Gareth Jones’ programs with Seminar Partners are presented in conjunction with the Workplace Institute.

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Susan Jones

Susan Jones Alamo, CA

Dr. Susan E. Jones is the founder of Jury Research Institute in Alamo, California, one of North America’s most respected jury consulting firms. A pioneer in the fields of jury research and persuasion, her studies have shattered many commonly-held beliefs. She has personally observed more than 3,000 juries deliberate, gaining unique insights possessed by few others. For over 25 years Dr. Jones has successfully assisted litigators in virtually every area of civil litigation, helping hundreds of Fortune 500 companies craft and pre-test winning trial strategies in cases with millions or billions of dollars at stake. Dr. Jones is a sought-after lecturer by hundreds of national, state and local bar associations and corporate counsel associations, and is often asked to lend her expertise to publications like the Wall Street Journal and Business Week. She has authored dozens of articles and book chapters for legal publications, including American Jury Trials, Trial Magazine, Law and Human Behavior and The Practical Litigator. She also served on the editorial board of Law and Psychology Review. A licensed psychologist in California, Dr. Jones received her Ph.D. from the University of Alabama. Seminar Partners’ programs featuring Sue Jones are presented in conjunction with the Professional Education Group.

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Irwin Karp

Irwin Karp Sacramento, CA

Irwin Karp is a leading legal time management expert. For 17 years he was the managing partner of a small environmental law firm. 12 years ago he started Productive Time, providing productivity and time management consulting to bar associations, law firms, and in-house legal departments. He increase productivity. has helped thousands of lawyers across Canada and the US be more productive. Irwin is a member of the State Bar of California, and previously served as Special Advisor to the Executive Committee of the Law Practice Management & Technology Section of the California Bar. He is a graduate of George Washington University Law School.

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Carole Levitt & Mark Rosch

Carole Levitt & Mark Rosch Albuquerque, NM

Carole A. Levitt and Mark E. Rosch are principals of Internet for Lawyers and internationally recognized full-time CLE speakers. Their areas of expertise are: Internet investigative, legal, and social media research; social media ethics; Google search; and Google cloud Apps. Together, they have authored hundreds of Internet research articles and six ABA Law Practice Division books. They have also co-authored thirteen editions of IFL Press’s The Cybersleuth’s Guide to the Internet. In 2013, they were recipients of the “Fastcase Fifty” award, recognizing “50 of the smartest, most courageous innovators, techies, visionaries, and leaders in the law” and in 2014, they both became Fellows in the prestigious College of Law Practice Management.

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Michael Libby

Michael Libby Vancouver, BC

Michael Libby is a partner at Dolden Wallace Folick LLP in Vancouver. He has extensive experience as a litigator, including representing insurers in the defence of liability claims and defending commercial hosts in tort actions. He has appeared before all levels of Court in British Columbia as well as the Alberta Court of Queen's Bench. Michael also has considerable experience in the defence and prosecution of alcohol and motor vehicle related offences. He is a regular guest instructor for the litigation component of B.C.'s Professional Legal Training Course, is the Program Director for the Inns of Court Program, and is the co-author of Annotated British Columbia Motor Vehicle Act, Liquor and Host Liability Law in Canada (both by Canada Law Book), and the recently released Sports and Recreation Liability Law in Canada (ThomsonReuters).

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David Markowitz

David Markowitz Portland, OR

David B. Markowitz is considered to be among the best trial lawyers in the American Northwest. His keen instincts and commanding presence have made him a courtroom icon. He is a senior partner in the law firm of Markowitz, Herbold, Glade & Mehlhaf, where he focuses on commercial litigation. Dave is recognized in The Best Lawyers in America for “bet-the-company” litigation, is a fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers, and is a member of the International Academy of Trial Lawyers. He was recognized by Chambers USA as one of the top commercial litigators in Oregon and by Super Lawyers magazine as the top Oregon Lawyer for 2013. In addition to his active trial schedule, Dave is a popular, internationally sought-after speaker. His deposition program, adapted for this presentation for Canada, is a nationally-recognized training seminar in the US, and was produced as a DVD by Trial Guides™. It is one of the company’s best-selling products.

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Morgan Martin

Morgan Martin Toronto, ON

Morgan Martin manages the Toronto office of Dolden Wallace Folick LLP. He regularly defends multi-million dollar claims involving catastrophic injuries, including traumatic brain injuries and quadriplegia. Morgan has significant experience defending claims involving occupiers’, municipal, hospitality, and product liability, as well as professional negligence, property insurance, and civil claims involving police liability. He has acted for both sports organizations and leagues, including representing athletes before the International Rugby Board and the Sports Dispute Resolution Centre of Canada. He clerked for the Court of Arbitration for Sport at the 2005 Commonwealth Games and 2008 Summer Olympic Games. Morgan is a frequent presenter on insurance, hospitality and sports law topics.

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Leonard Matheo and Lisa DeCaro

Leonard Matheo and Lisa DeCaro Golden, CO

Leonard Matheo and Lisa DeCaro are internationally known speakers and co-founders of Courtroom Perfor-mance, Inc., an elite consulting firm specializing in jury research (mock trials and focus groups), witness preparation, theme & narrative development, and presentation training. Professional actors and directors, each has over 20 years of experience in theater, film, and television. Len and Lisa have helped thousands of lawyers and their witnesses prepare for deposition and trial, by employing the professional actor’s techniques of effective story analysis, story structure, and persuasive presentation. They are co-authors of the book, The Lawyer’s Winning Edge: Exceptional Courtroom Performance (Bradford Publishing, 2004). They have practical experience in hundreds of civil and criminal cases, and have assisted in victories involving many Fortune 100 companies on both the Plaintiff’s and the Defendant’s side of the courtroom. Both Len and Lisa are frequent CLE presenters, and have served as faculty for colleges including UCLA Law School and UC Boulder School of Law.

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Nina Meierding

Nina Meierding Seattle, WA

Nina Meierding, MS, JD, is an international leader in the field of conflict resolution. A former civil lawyer, she is now a full-time trainer, professor, and conflict resolution consultant. She had mediated over 4,000 disputes and delivered training in negotiation, communication, mediation, and culture and gender issues in almost all 50 states in the U.S, and in Canada, England, Scotland, Ireland, India, the Netherlands, New Zealand, and Sweden. She has taught at Pepperdine University School of Law for over 25 years and Southern Methodist University for over 18 years, and has been a guest lecturer at Judicial Colleges and universities throughout the US. She is the recipient of the Peacemaker Award in 1992 by the Southern California Mediation Association, the John Haynes Distinguished Mediator Award in 2005 by the Association of Conflict Resolution, and the Lifetime Achievement Award in 2017 by the American College of Civil Trial Mediators. She is an honorary fellow of the International Academy of Mediators and an emeritus fellow of the American College of Civil Trial Mediators.

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Paul Mellor

Paul Mellor Richmond, VA

Paul Mellor is an internationally recognized memory training consultant. A finalist in the USA Memory Championship, he remembered the names of over 90 people in less than 15 minutes, recalled in correct order over 100 single digit numbers after a five minute study, and recalled the exact order of a shuffled deck of playing cards after less than a three and-a-half minute review. Paul believes that everyone can build their brain power and improve their memory with the help of a few proven techniques. His methods have helped thousands of lawyers increase their efficiency and effectiveness in and out of the courtroom. “Making Your Case with a Better Memory” has been presented by over 25 American state and local bar Associations, and to Canadian lawyers, through the Canadian Bar Association. A popular radio and television guest, Paul has also written extensively on memory and been featured in such publications as Newsweek, the Wall Street Journal, the San Diego Union-Tribune, and USA Today. Paul resides in Richmond, Virginia.

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James Morton

James Morton Hamilton, ON

James C. Morton is a partner of Morton Barristers LLP in Hamilton, Ontario. He is past President of the Ontario Bar Association, a certified specialist of the Law Society of Upper Canada in the area of Civil Litigation, and a member of the Bar of Nunavut. His practice focuses on commercial, criminal, regulatory, and constitutional litigation in all levels of court, from tribunals through to the Supreme Court of Canada. He lectured in the area of evidence and advanced evidence at Osgoode Hall Law School of York University for 20 years and has taught at Thomas M. Cooley Law School of the University of Western Michigan at Lansing, Michigan. Mr. Morton is a prolific writer both of texts and in general media. He is a regular contributor on legal issues to the Ottawa Citizen, National Post, Toronto Star, Toronto Sun and the Globe and Mail, and has published over thirty legal textbooks, including the Ontario Litigator’s Guide to Evidence, 7th Ed (LexisNexis, 2017), Discovery in Canadian Common Law: Practice, Techniques and Strategies (LexisNexis 2017), Procedural Strategies for Litigators, 3rd Ed, (LexisNexis, 2015), and Tactics and Strategies in Civil Litigation, 3rd Ed, (LexisNexis, 2015). He is a frequent presenter at CLE programs across the country. He received his LL.B. from Osgoode Hall Law School, and his LL.M. University of Leicester (UK).

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Joseph Novello

Joseph Novello Metuchen, NJ

Joe Novello began his career in accounting and management consulting at Ernst & Young in New York City. He obtained his CPA license in New York and his MBA in Finance from New York University. Joe’s wealth of experience was gained from working with American and international Fortune 500 companies as Controller, CFO and in other positions. Since founding the Financial Training Organization in 2010, Joe has presented his finance programs to hundreds of lawyers through bar associations in 13 U.S. states. His goal is to share an easy-to-understand approach that will make dealing with a client’s financial matters more manageable. He brings his real world experience to his programs and offers his candid opinions on key issues. Program participants consistently rate him as exceeding expectations.

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Paul Paton

Paul Paton Sacramento, CA

Paul Paton is a Professor of Law and Director of the Ethics Across the Professions Initiative of the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law. Professor Paton spent over a decade in practice, first in the commercial litigation group of Davies, Ward & Beck in Toronto, then as Justice and Social Policy Advisor to the Premier of Ontario, and as in-house counsel to PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP. He teaches professional responsibility, corporate governance, business associations, legal ethics and the legal profession, and ethics for government and public lawyers and was twice named a Fellow of the U.S. National Institute on Teaching Ethics and Professionalism. He is a frequent media commentator on the role of lawyers in corporate scandal and has numerous publications in law reviews and journals. He is immediate past Chair of the Canadian Bar Association’s National Ethics and Professional Responsibility Committee. Paul delivers programs in Canada in association with Seminar Partners including the case-based program Practical Ethics: Real Problems, Real Solutions.

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Larry Pozner

Larry Pozner Denver, CO

Larry Pozner is a founding partner of Denver law firm Reilly Pozner LLP. Larry focuses his practice on complex civil and criminal litigation—as well as the lecture circuit. He is litigation counsel for the Denver Broncos Football Club. Larry began his career as a public defender—and continues his high profile criminal defense work as a private practitioner. Larry supplements his civil and criminal practice with publishing, television and radio legal commentary, and lecturing on trial practice. He is co-author of the best selling title ever published by LexisNexis: Cross-Examination: Science and Techniques. Larry is regularly listed in Colorado Super Lawyers magazine and has been listed among The Best Lawyers in America for twenty consecutive years. He has provided legal analysis for the NBC Nightly News, The Today Show, Keith Olbermann, Fox News, CNN, NPR and Court TV. Larry delivers several programs in Canada each year in conjunction with Seminar Partners, including his signature tour-de-force Advanced Cross-examination Techniques seminar.

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Dianne Rosky

Dianne Rosky New York, NY

Dianne Rosky is a leading legal writing instructor. She and her team have led hundreds of workshops throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia. Before founding Rosky Legal Education in 2003, Dianne practiced commercial litigation at two leading New York firms: Sullivan & Cromwell LLP and Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP. Dianne left practice to teach legal writing and other lawyering skills in the Lawyering Program at New York University School of Law. She continues to be an Adjunct Professor of legal writing at NYU.

A magna cum laude graduate of Harvard Law School, Dianne was an Editor of the Harvard Law Review. She later served as a law clerk to the Honorable Robert W. Sweet of the Southern District of New York. Before law school, Dianne was an Editorial Assistant at Merriam-Webster, selecting and defining new dictionary entries. Dianne is responsible for putting carb, capoeira, and cash cow in the dictionary.

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Peter Sankoff

Peter Sankoff Edmonton, AB

Peter Sankoff is an award-winning law professor and researcher at the University of Alberta, Faculty of Law. He also practices appellate law part-time with Bottos Law Group in Edmonton. Peter is one of Canada’s leading authorities on the substantive criminal law and the law of evidence. He authors or co-authors leading texts on criminal law, and the law of evidence including Witnesses and the Portable Guide to Witnesses, and has been widely published in a number of the world’s most distinguished academic journals. Peter graduated with a JD from the University of Toronto, Faculty of Law and subsequently worked as a law clerk for Madame Justice Claire L’Heureux-Dubé at the Supreme Court of Canada. After earning an LL.M. from Osgoode Hall (York University), he joined the federal Department of Justice where he worked as an advisor on human rights matters involving criminal justice. Peter has taught as an invited visiting professor at the University of Ottawa, Haifa University (Israel), the University of Melbourne (Australia), Lewis and Clark College of Law (Oregon), the University of Western Ontario, Niigata University (Japan), and the University of Auckland (New Zealand). Peter has won numerous teaching awards, including the 2016 Brightspace Award for Innovation in Teaching from the Society of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education. One of Peter's main objectives is to help law students, lawyers and members of the public learn more about how the law functions, and make learning complex legal concepts easier. You can visit his award-winning teaching videos and blogs at his website, petersankoff.com.

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Molly Bishop Shadel

Molly Bishop Shadel Charlottesville, VA

Molly Bishop Shadel is a professor of oral advocacy and public speaking at the University of Virginia School of Law. She graduated magna cum laude from Harvard University with an A.B. in English and American literature and language and earned her law degree from Columbia University, where she was a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar. She practiced law in the litigation department of Covington & Burling in the Washington and New York offices, and also in the U.S. D.O.J.’s Office of Intelligence Policy and Review. Prior to attending law school, Shadel studied theatre at Northwestern University’s M.F.A. directing program and directed plays professionally in New York. She is the author (with Robert N. Sayler) of Tongue-Tied America: Reviving the Art of Verbal Persuasion (Aspen Publishers, Spring 2011) and Finding Your Voice in Law School: Mastering Classroom Cold-Calls, Job Interviews and Other Verbal Challenges (Carolina Academic Press, forthcoming December 2012). Molly delivers programming in Canada with Seminar Partners including audience favorites The Woman Advocate: Proven Strategies to Improve Persuasion Skills of Women Lawyers, and Public Speaking & Oral Advocacy.

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Richard Shekter

Richard Shekter Toronto, ON

Richard Shekter is recognized as one of Canada’s leading litigators. As the founding senior partner of Shekter, Dychtenberg LLP in Toronto, he practises in the field of criminal, civil, health, personal injury, corporate, medical malpractice, employment law and administrative litigation. He is general counsel to the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario and the College of Dental Technologists of Ontario. He writes and lectures widely on legal matters, in particular expert evidence, and was the legal affairs columnist for Family Practice, a McLean-Hunter Publication. Mr. Shekter is a former Director of the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association and The Advocates’ Society, is a former vice-chairman of the Civil Liberties Section of the Ontario Bar Association and past Chairman of the Health Law Section of the Ontario Bar Association. Richard delivers top quality programming with Seminar Partners including Presenting and Challenging Expert Witnesses at Trial.

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Daniel I. Small

Daniel I. Small Boston, MA

Daniel I. Small has built a brilliant career on his ability to prepare witnesses to be compelling advocates for his client. As a federal prosecutor, general counsel, and as a partner at Holland & Knight, Small has used the same process that he will teach to you to introduce the witness to the foreign land of the deposition, hearing, or courtroom and to prepare them to tell the story in a way that connects to jury or judge and produces winning results. He is a respected author on this subject — Preparing Witnesses: A Practical Guide for Lawyers and Their Clients, (3rd Edition, ABA). The breadth of his experience is reflected in the practical advice he offers in this acclaimed CPD program. Seminar Partners’ programs featuring Daniel I. Small are presented in conjunction with the Professional Education Group.

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Meg Spencer Dixon

Meg Spencer Dixon Kensington, MD

Meg Spencer Dixon is a lawyer and consultant specializing in time management, project management, and stress management seminars for lawyers and legal professionals. She received her undergraduate degree, cum laude in economics, from Princeton University in 1982, and received her law degree from Stanford Law School in 1985. In 1992, Meg left the practice of law to found Spencer Consulting, and since then has been giving speeches, writing articles, and conducting public and in-house seminars on many aspects of time management and related subjects such as procrastination, project management, stress management and how to run effective meetings. Meg delivers numerous programs in Canada in association with Seminar Partners, including the popular Project Management for Lawyers, and its adaptation for advocates, Project Management for Litigators.

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Ryan Standil

Ryan Standil Toronto, ON

Ryan Standil is the Founder and President of Write To Excite, an organization that teaches effective legal and business writing. The company’s motto is “helping good writers become great writers”. Ryan’s seminars focus on the difference in technical knowledge
on the difference in technical knowledge between professionals and their clients, and ways in which lawyers, accountants and other professionals can write about sophisticated concepts so they are easy to read and understand. Ryan brings a unique perspective to legal and business writing, having worked in the corporate law department of a well-known Toronto law firm, and in the proposal-writing department of a Canadian financial services and investment firm. A graduate of Ivey Business School and the Faculty of Law at Western University, his programs offer a series of steps to improve clarity, conciseness and readability in all types of documents. Ryan is a regular lecturer for legal audiences, including national and local law firms, provincial law societies and top-rated law schools.

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Tina Stark

Tina Stark New York, NY

Tina L. Stark has lectured at over 375 programs on law and business issues in the US, Canada, England, Italy, China, and Poland. Tina’s teaching emphasizes the relationship between law and business, and draws upon her experience both as a corporate lawyer at Chadbourne & Parke LLP and as a banker at Irving Trust Company. Tina is a Professor in the Practice of Law at Emory University School of Law and the Executive Director of the school’s Center for Transactional Law and Practice. She was previously an Adjunct Professor at Fordham Law School. Tina is the editor-in-chief and co-author of Negotiating and Drafting Contract Boilerplate (American Lawyer Media, 2003) and author of the textbook, Drafting Contracts: How and Why Lawyers Do What They Do (Aspen, 2007). Tina delivers programs in Canada in conjunction with Seminar Partners, including Advanced Contract Drafting, Adding Value to the Deal, and What Every Litigator Should Know About an Acquisition Agreement.

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Jasmine Sweatman

Jasmine Sweatman Oakville, ON

Jasmine Sweatman is the founder of Sweatman Law, a firm providing legal services in the areas of litigation and resolution of disputes involving estates, powers of attorney and guardianship, wills, trusts, planning for wealth preservation, and families with special needs; the administration of estates, trusts, and residential real estate. She is also a founding principle of Sweatman Charity Consultants, specializing in advising charitable organizations in bequest management and charitable giving. Jasmine was designated as a Certified Specialist in Estates and Trusts Law by the Law Society of Upper Canada in 2004. She has been recognized by Lexpert® as a leading practitioner in Estates and Trusts and Charities, and has been peer rated and listed by The Best Lawyers in Canada in the specialty of Estates and Trusts since 2009. Jasmine was called to the Ontario Bar in 1992 and as a solicitor (non-practicing) of the Supreme Court of England and Wales in 1996. She is past chair (2009-2011) of the Estate Planning Council of Halton, past chair (2004-2005) of the Ontario Bar Association Trusts & Estates executive, a member of the Estates & Trusts Civil Litigation, Charities and Not-for-Profit sections Ontario Bar Association; and the executive of the CBA Elder Law Section. She is also a registered member of Society of Trusts and Estate Practitioners (STEP worldwide), and a member of the Canadian Association of Gift Planners (past chair of the Greater Toronto Area RoundTable). Jasmine has authored Powers of Attorney and Capacity: Practice and Procedure (Carswell, 2014) and, along with contributors, Bequest Management for Charities in Canada (LexisNexis: 2nd edition 2017). In addition, she is the editor of the O’Brien’s chapter on Powers of Attorney and authors with other members of the firm the Powers of Attorney chapter of the annual publication on Key Developments in Estates and Trusts Law in Ontario (Canada Law Book). Jasmine is a frequent lecturer and has written numerous articles.

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Paul D. Taberner

Paul D. Taberner Vernon, BC

Paul D. Taberner is a Chartered Mediator who specializes in commercial mediation. He was called to the B.C. bar in 1971 and has mediated more than 2,500 disputes since 1993. He works in the areas of professional liability, multi-party construction, negligence, insurance, wills and estates, personal injury, franchising, and strata disputes. Paul has a particular interest in family business disputes and construction industry conflicts. He sits on the mediators' panel of the Insurance Dispute Resolution Services of B.C. and the B.C. Arbitration and Mediation Institute, and is a member of the B.C. Mediation Roster, and a former director of Mediate B.C. Paul is active in teaching dispute resolution techniques within the legal community and to other professional groups.

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Stuart Teicher

Stuart Teicher Camden, NJ

Stuart Teicher is a professional legal educator who focuses on ethics law and writing instruction. A practicing lawyer for over 20 years, Stuart has taught legal writing courses for dozens of bar associations and law societies in the United States and Canada. Stuart is a Supreme Court appointee to the New Jersey District Ethics Committee where he investigates and prosecutes grievances filed against attorneys, and is an adjunct Professor of Law at Rutgers Law School in Camden, New Jersey where he teaches professional responsibility and an adjunct Professor at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey where he teaches undergraduate and upper level writing courses. He recently completed a national CPD speaking tour of six Australian cities for Thomson Reuters.

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Paul Unger

Paul Unger Columbus, OH

Paul J. Unger is an international speaker, writer and thought leader in the legal technology industry. He is a lawyer and founding principal of Affinity Consulting Group, providing legal technology consulting, training and continuing legal education. He has provided trial presentation consultation for 300+ cases. Paul is a member of The American Society of Trial Consultants, the American Bar Association, the Ohio and Columbus Bar Associations, and the Ohio Association for Justice and the Central Ohio Association for Justice. He is very active in the Law Practice Management Section of the ABA, including as Chair of ABA TECHSHOW and the ABA Legal Technology Resource Center. He is the author of Adobe Acrobat for Law Firms, PowerPoint for Legal Professionals, and co-author of Microsoft Word for Legal Professionals.

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David Whitten

David Whitten Toronto, ON

David Whitten is a partner with Whitten & Lublin, a Toronto-based employment and labour law firm. For private and public sector employers, he provides counsel on a broad range of issues, including workplace safety and insurance, employment standards, human rights, hiring, terminations, involuntary and voluntary buyouts, and common law obligations in Canada. David also advises employees, with a specialty in issues specific to the C-Suite. He has appeared before all levels of court in Ontario and a range of tribunals, including the Ontario Labour Relations Board, the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal, and the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board and its Appeals Tribunal. In 2013, Lexpert named David as a litigator to watch in its US Guide to Leading Cross-border Lawyers. In 2015 and 2016, Lexpert named him a repeatedly recommended leading practitioner. David’s expertise and straight talk are widely recognized in media circles. His viewpoint has b een sought by the Toronto Star, the Globe and Mail, and the National Post, and he has commentated on employment issues in interviews with CBC Radio, CBC News, Metro Morning, and News Talk 1010. He is also fr equently asked to speak on employment issues by The Human Resources Professional Association, The Canadian Payroll Association and the Certified General Accountants Association of Canada. He is co-author of the “HR Manager’s Guide to Independent Contractor s in the Workplace,” published by Carswell. David has a BA from the University of Toronto, and an LLB from The University of Windsor.

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Todd Winegar

Todd Winegar Salt Lake City, UT

Todd Winegar is a dynamic,highly rated speaker with over 30 years of litigation experience who has taught CLE programs across Canada and the United States. His practice emphasizes civil trial litigation, including professional malpractice and product liability actions, and even a Minuteman missile accident case. Mr. Winegar is the author of several books and articles on litigation including The Ultimate Trial Notebook, an invaluable set of checklists and summaries to aid in preparing for trial. His Cross-examining Einstein, Trials of the Century and Power to Persuade seminars are among the most popular and respected CLE programs in the United States. Todd practises in Salt Lake City, Utah.

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Allison Wolf

Allison Wolf Vancouver, BC

Allison Wolf is one of the most senior coaches for lawyers in North America. She has helped countless clients over the past fifteen years develop thriving legal practices and before that served as director of legal marketing for award-winning law firms. Allison received her Certified Executive Coach qualification from Royal Roads University in 2004, and to round out her education completed life coach training with Martha Beck in 2014. She is the president of Shift Works Strategic – Coaching for Lawyers, founder and managing editor of attorneywithalife.com, and a partner in the legal marketing agency Hogarth & Wolf. Alison is a member of the International Coach Federation and American Bar Association, and a frequent writer and presenter for legal organizations, media, and law firms. Alison's specialty is uncovering the thinking traps and gaps holder her clients back and helping them acquire the mindsets, skills, and habits for growing successful and rewarding legal practices.

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