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Ben Rubinowitz to participate as a faculty member in the CLE Live Event “Case Framing, The Science and Art of Advocacy”

Personal Injury Attorney Ben RubinowitzOur managing partner, New York Personal Injury Lawyer Ben Rubinowitz, will be a member of the Faculty at the CLE Live Event “Case Framing, The Science and Art of Advocacy” that will take place May 4th and 5th at the Omni Parker House in Boston, MA.

Building a case a jury can believe in is fundamental to obtaining a favorable verdict. Renowned Rhode Island trial attorney Mark Mandell designed and built the Case Framing Model to do precisely that. This model is based on the idea that “just verdicts result when everything presented at trial is framed and sequenced to focus juror attention on the points you most want to make.” The key, then, is to focus the jury’s attention on what really matters.

Mark has created a two-day seminar to teach the fundamentals of Case Framing. The program begins with an introduction to Case Framing, then delves into the latest developments in decision science and psychology, and ultimately finishes with practical guidance on how to apply the model to your cases.

On the first day of the seminar Ben will discuss how to create different Echoes and describes how he uses them in his cases. On the second day, Ben will demonstrate how case framing can also be used in settlement, demand letters, mediation and admitted liability cases. The complete program of the seminar can be downloaded here.

By the end of the seminar, you will have learned:

  • To analyze your client’s case to identify issues jurors “just can’t get over”
  • To create echoes of those issues that will be used throughout the trial
  • To understand the latest developments in decision science and psychology and to apply them to your upcoming cases
  • To incorporate practical Case Framing techniques into your litigation strategy

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