Mr. Harding will lecture in furtherance of the course plan along with John Mitchell Cobeaga, a partner in The Cobeaga law firm in Las Vegas, Nevada whose practice centers on general litigation matters.
Las Vegas, Nevada (PRWEB) October 11, 2011
Las Vegas personal injury lawyer Sam Harding, a partner in the Nevada personal injury law firm of Bourgault & Harding, hereby announces that he will be one of two lecturers in a National Business Institute course entitled, “Litigating to Win” that will also serve as an opportunity for other attorneys in Nevada to earn up to 6.0 credits for their Continuing Legal Education requirements. The course will be held on December 9 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Mr. Harding will lecture in furtherance of the course plan along with John Mitchell Cobeaga, a partner in The Cobeaga law firm in Las Vegas, Nevada whose practice centers on general litigation matters. The seminar will cover several different aspects of what it takes to successfully litigate a legal matter.
Specifically, the course will review strategies and recommendations with regards to jury selection, opening statements, direct examinations of witnesses, crafting successful closing arguments, using demonstrative evidence, cross examination techniques and ethical considerations as they relate to a civil trial.
The seminar is designed to provide attendees with an opportunity to refine their overall litigation skills and to help them develop techniques that will aid them as they deal with civil cases on behalf of their clients. The course will be open to attendees who register for it ahead of time and will provide those attendees with materials to use after the seminar is complete.
About Sam Harding
Sam Harding is a Las Vegas personal injury lawyer who is a partner in the law firm of Bourgault & Harding. Mr. Harding and his law firm, which is located in Las Vegas, Nevada, handle legal matters on behalf of clients that include general personal injury, auto accidents, motorcycle accidents, DUI accidents, medical malpractice, insurance bad faith cases and nursing home neglect and abuse cases throughout the state of Nevada.