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September 2020

Undergrad: Damages (VIRTUAL)

September 8 - September 9
VIRTUAL United States + Google Map

One of the most critical Courses taught at the Keenan Trial Institute is Damages. This small-group CLE course will provide you with the tools to take your case from a set of facts and turn it into a powerful weapon ready to be presented to a jury for an explosive verdict. Everything taught at the Damages course will be tried and true methods of non-verbal persuasion, segments of closing for you to work on for your case, and how to tie…

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Undergrad: Trial (VIRTUAL)

September 10 - September 11
VIRTUAL United States + Google Map

The Keenan Trial Institute’s course on trial is where all the pieces of the Keenan Trial System come together. You will learn how all the key points from the other KTI Courses fit together that will take away the fear of going to trial. You will learn how each phase of the case work up affects the ultimate outcome at trial and how an ounce of prevention in the beginning saves a pound of cure at the end. Learning how…

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Undergraduate: Depositions (VIRTUAL)

September 15 - September 16
VIRTUAL United States + Google Map

In Keenan Trial Institute’s “Depositions” small-group course, our Faculty will work one-on-one with you and your current case to maximize your depositions. We’ll coach you through creating your hit list, deciding on and carrying out your question format, and using the deposition process and results to assemble and fine tune your direct and cross outlines for trial. You’ll learn many key deposition techniques — and role play with actual deponents as you’re individually coached with such important matters as guiding…

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Undergrad: Openings (VIRTUAL)

September 16 - September 17
VIRTUAL United States + Google Map

In the Opening course, Course #2, you will work in small-group sessions with one-on-one faculty guidance that will help shape, create and sharpen, and sharpen again, your opening statement using the trial tested methods developed by Don Keenan and other KTI faculty members.  In a safe, supportive, but challenging environment of a small group, you will learn how to present your opening, one section at a time. Then guided by direct feedback you will be able to continue the process…

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Undergraduate: Witness Prep (VIRTUAL)

September 21 - September 22
VIRTUAL United States + Google Map

In the Keenan Trial Institute’s small-group “Witness Prep” course, you’ll learn Keenan’s art and science of effective witness prep. You’ll learn that when it comes to testifying, there’s no such thing as a bad client. On the contrary, you’ll be coached through turning your client into your best witness. This game-changer is one of the most fundamentally important things you’ll ever learn as a trial lawyer. You’ll get one-on-one guidance in giving your witnesses the confidence and practice they need…

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October 2020

Undergrad: Trial (VIRTUAL)

October 12 - October 13
VIRTUAL United States + Google Map

The Keenan Trial Institute’s course on trial is where all the pieces of the Keenan Trial System come together. You will learn how all the key points from the other KTI Courses fit together that will take away the fear of going to trial. You will learn how each phase of the case work up affects the ultimate outcome at trial and how an ounce of prevention in the beginning saves a pound of cure at the end. Learning how…

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November 2020

Undergraduate: Rules & Case Selection (VIRTUAL)

November 9 - November 10
VIRTUAL United States + Google Map

Rules & Case Selection is the sole entrance to the Keenan Trial Institute.  Completing Rules give students the right to attend other KTI courses.  Imagine leaving the Rules class with the introduction to an opening statement focused on winning your case in the first four and a half minutes. Trial Lawyers first learn the dirt simple truth that case selection criteria are the most important focus of their case.  Students work in small groups to develop Rules for their own…

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