Webinars & Workshops
ASTC’s next two webinars will be on January 25 and February 15, 2018 at 2:00 PM Eastern. This will be a two-part series, presented by Joann Keyton, PhD, Professor of Communication at North Carolina State University and Editor of the Small Group Research journal. In Part I, Dr. Keyton will present on research methodologies that are most applicable in small group research settings. In Part II, she will present on how to run small group research-appropriate statistics using programs that most people already have, like Excel. Both of these topics are critical to being a good small group researcher and meeting some of our Professional Code Standards of Practice. Whether these topics will be new for you or you just need a refresher, please join us for these very useful webinars.
Registration for the January 25, 2018 webinar on Small Group Research Methodology is available here.
Registration for the February 15, 2018 webinar on Statistics in Excel is available here.
Cost: Members are free and Non-Members are $39
On Demand Webinars
Seminars, Webinars and Workshops are listed below. Click on the headline to read the details and registration information.
Using Social Media to Grow Your Business
Presented by Rewa Boldrey, Independent Contractor; Adam Bloomberg, Managing Director at Litigation Insights
Social media is everywhere. It’s how we stay connected, get information, and share experiences. It’s an invaluable tool to help grow your business, but it also requires time and effort. How can you get the maximum return on your social media efforts? Rewa Boldrey will share with us the ins and outs of using social media effectively and efficiently in business development, and Adam Bloomberg will share some insights his firm has gained in using social media in the litigation consulting field.
Members: $39.00 - Non-Members: $49.00
Keynote Address Disappearing Civil Trial (free to everyone)
Presented by Steven Susman, Esq., Susman Godfrey, LLP, Houston, TX / Executive Director,
Civil Jury Project at NYU School of Law
In 1962, juries resolved approximately 6% of all federal civil cases. Since 2005, less than one percent of federal civil cases have been resolved by use of a jury. This staggering development has ominous implications for trial consultants. In response to the trend away from juries, distinguished trial attorney, Steve Susman, created the New York University Law School Civil Jury Project, which is designed to preserve our Seventh Amendment right to trial by jury. Mr. Susman has honored ASTC by asking ASTC to join his efforts to revitalize the American civil jury. In an effort to extend Mr. Susman’s work and the goals of the NYU Law School Civil Jury Project, we have asked Mr. Susman to give the conference keynote presentation. You are encouraged to attend Mr. Susman’s keynote presentation so you can learn what truths his efforts have uncovered. Do not be surprised if you find yourself wanting to join Mr. Susman’s effort to revivify the American jury system.
2016 Conference Attendees: Free - Members: $39.00 - Non-Members: $49.00
Panel: The Disappearing Civil Trial
More Than Pretty Pictures: Integrating Graphics with Trial, Mediation, and Other Trial Consulting Services
What an Attorney Wants From A Trial Consultant…when an attorney is not going to trial
Decoding The Code: Applying the ASTC Professional Code to Your Practice
"Lets Talk About Bull"
Garbage In, Garbage Out: Recruiting Tips to Ensure High Quality Research
STC Webinar Archive and Resource Center
Welcome to our library of past Webinars and related resources. As new Webinars are held and recorded, they will be archived here to view or revisit, along with any associated resources.
Patently Persuasive - Reaching Today's IP Jurors
May 21, 2015
ASTC proudly hosts a 1-hour Webinar with presenters Dr. Karen Lisko (a litigation consultant with Perkins Coie and Past President of the ASTC) and Dr. Kevin Boully (a litigation consultant with Persuasion Strategies and Associate Editor of The Jury Expert).Topics include: