Renaissance Symposium XII
December 1, 2017
New York, New York
Renaissance Symposium XII continues the LCA’s exclusive advanced trial series on December 1, 2017, at the Harvard Club of New York City, where you will have the opportunity of speaking before and learning from your elite peers in a small group setting. In addition to a unique learning experience, you will come away with an impressive credential for your bio, e.g., “Speaker, Title of Speech/Presentation, Litigation Counsel of America, Renaissance Symposium XII, New York, NY, December 1, 2017.” There are only 16 speaker slots for this event, which is designed to allow for personal interaction and discussion on all of the presentations, and 10 additional slots for non-speakers. Non-speakers will participate in the discussions, but will not present a topic of their own.
The Renaissance concept is the brainchild of Ric Gass (2012 LCA President and Dean of the Trial Law Institute) of Gass Weber Mullins LLC, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, who has tried almost 300 jury trials. The format is eight hours, sixteen speakers, thirty minutes each, speaking on any trial topic desired that will add to the superior trial strategies and tactics of Renaissance attendees. Best of all, you select your own topic with the only requirement being that it has to be something valuable you have divined about courtroom work that is so good you would pass it on to your most trusted friend in the legal community. The Renaissance series has been built around the idea of actual trial tactics and strategies, and less about pre-trial or preparation, so that everyone comes away with a variety of trial presentations, angles, tools and devices.
Renaissance Symposiums are not typical seminar programs where you can speak and leave. RS XII is a full day of immersion in dialogue and discussion between sixteen of your peers: trial lawyers with years of experience and verdicts. Fellows come to exchange trial tactics and techniques of the highest order. This type symposium only works if everyone is committed for the entire event. This is not a “drive through” or a “speak, greet and go” event. Those who speak early need to stay to the end out of respect for the process and for those who speak later. If your schedule does not allow you to be present the entire day, then perhaps it will for a future Renaissance Symposium.
If you are interested in attending, please contact Julia Land at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212.724.4128.
There are no written materials required and CLE credits will not be issued. We will, however, provide you with a Certificate of Attendance which you may submit to your state bar association(s) for approval.