WEBINAR- A Primer on Persuasive Speech for Expert Witnesses, the Trial Lawyer's Perspective

September 20, 2017 at 1:00 PM PDT
Pre-Paid (Member): $0.00
Pre-Paid (Non-Member): $30.00
Pay at the Door (Member): $0.00
Pay at the Door (Non-Member): $30.00

This presentation is free for FEWA members, a login link will be emailed to all registered attendees before the webinar. The webinar will be held on Wednesday, September 20th at 1pm PST / 4pm EST. Secure your spot today! 


Please contact the FEWA Office at (415) 369-9614 or execdir@forensic.org if you experience any problems with the registration form. 


A Primer on Persuasive Speech for Expert Witnesses, the Trial Lawyer's Perspective

Join fellow experts for a national webinar hosted by the Forensic Expert Association! This webinar focuses on persuasive communication skills. Borrowing proficiencies typically developed for the theatre and applying them in a legal context, in communicating and advocating in the courtroom or ADR setting, it includes a brief overview of: 


  • Objectivity 
  • Advocacy
  • Pacing
  • Use of gestures
  • Voice projection 
  • Voice modulation 
  • Body positioning 


Moderator: John Levitske


Nicole M. Goodwin

Nicole Maroulakos Goodwin is the Managing Shareholder of the Phoenix Office and Chair of the Phoenix Litigation practice of Greenberg Traurig. Nicole is a problem solver whose practice emphasizes corporate governance disputes, financial services litigation, real estate litigation, antitrust counseling and litigation, health care litigation, and fiduciary litigation. She has represented public and private corporate clients in state and federal trial and appeals courts, as well as before administrative tribunals and arbitration venues. Nicole is a counselor and advisor on exposure and litigation alternatives for clients that range from Arizona-based businesses to large national clients.

Nicole has first chair experience litigating fiduciary duty claims involving directors, officers and shareholders of corporations, and members of limited liability companies. She has represented clients in matters resulting in obtaining preliminary and final injunctive relief.

In addition, Nicole has advised clients concerning antitrust issues raised by private plaintiffs, the Federal Trade Commission and state attorneys general.


  • Business litigation
  • Real estate litigation
  • Health and life science litigation
  • Financial institution services and loan enforcement litigation
  • Low income housing tax credit litigation
  • Antitrust, trade regulation and franchising
  • Probate litigation


This webinar has been approved for 1 CFLC credit


Online Registration
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