WAJ Introduces Downloadable
WAJ now offers written materials in advance of its CLE programs
WAJ is pleased to offer electronic copies of its written seminar materials in advance of the Tort & Technique Update Seminar.
If you did not indicate that you wanted a hard copy of the book for an additional $25 on your registration form, you will not receive a hard copy of the written materials.
Downloading written materials
To download individual presentation PDF materials, Click on the title of the presentations on the righthand side of this page.
If you wish to download all written materials at once, you may download them in batches for the Friday and Saturday sessions:
This new process helps us create a more "green" seminar experience by eliminating paper and allows attendees to better access their seminar materials anywhere and anytime using a web connection.
Edward J. Vopal, WAJ President, Habush, Habush & Rottier, S.C., Green Bay
Rhonda L. Lanford, Habush, Habush & Rottier, S.C., Madison
Election Protection in Wisconsin:
Helping Eligible Voters Cast Their Ballots & Preventing Intimidation
Ann S. Jacobs, Domnitz & Skemp, SC, Milwaukee
Making Your Case:
Why Conservatives Should Hold the Right to a Jury Trial Sacred
Andrew Cochran, Founder, The 7th Amendment Advocate, Washington, DC
Choosing Wisely: Jury Selection in Rural Wisconsin
Brian F. Laule, Bye, Goff & Rohde Ltd., River Falls
The Reptile, The Economist and Judge Richard Posner:
Thinking and Speaking “Conservative”
During Opening Statement and Closing Argument
Kevin R. Martin, Martin Law Office, SC, Oak Creek
Strategies for Trying PI Cases in a Conservative Climate
James E. Low, Jr., Crooks, Low & Connell, S.C., Wausau
Young Lawyers in Conservative Counties: How to Succeed
Peter M. Young, Habush, Habush & Rottier, S.C., Rhinelander
A View from the Bench: How to Make Circuit Court Judges Happy
supplement to be distributed at seminar
Hon. Ellen K. Berz, Dane County Circuit Court, Madison
Hon. Nicholas J. McNamara, Dane County Circuit Court, Madison
Doctors Asserting Alt Privileges in Depositions
William C. Gleisner, III, Law Office of William C Gleisner III, Hartland
Conflicts for Dummies – Or How many Hats can a Lawyer Wear?
Marie A. Stanton, Hurley, Burish & Stanton SC, Madison
Jason F. Hahn, Hupy & Abraham, Madison