December 18, Bar Conference Center
The neck bone’s connected to the backbone and the shoulder bone’s connected to the arm bone. You know that much—but to effectively handle a back, knee, hand or shoulder injury case, you need enhanced knowledge and skills. Prof. Samuel D. Hodge, a skilled litigator who has taught medical topics for more than 25 years, will bring this complicated topic to light in Anatomy for Lawyers. Prof. Hodge will focus on the challenges you face in your law practice in an easy-to-understand manner, making sense of complicated medical injuries, terms and conditions. You'll gain the tools necessary to properly evaluate and articulate a persuasive case to your client, opposing counsel, the judge and the jury. Don't miss out on this unique seminar; register today!
This seminar qualifies for 6.0 MCLE credit hours.
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