The session will provide attendees with practical and effective methods for reasoning with unreasonable counsel, convincing skeptical clients, and governing ungovernable self-represented parties, while also increasing awareness of common traps and bad habits that young lawyers should avoid during difficult conversations. Additionally, it will offer resources and skills for addressing implicit and explicit biases that new lawyers often encounter based on age, gender, disabilities, or other immutable characteristics.

Kurtis will be presenting with Jenna Adamson from the Tennessee Attorney General’s Office and Laura E. Proctor from NuMotion.

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