Practice Law More Effectively With The Core Method Workshop
October 14 – October 17, 2021 – Registration Open Now
Take authenticity and truth into the courtroom to give your clients a winning edge.
To succeed as a trial lawyer and a human being, it is necessary to be conversant not only in logic, but also in intuitive and emotional truth. In service to this, the Core Method Workshop focuses on five cores of self-improvement that function both professionally and personally: physical, emotional, logical, motivational and Zen.
This weekend-long workshop, facilitated by actor and trial consultant Joshua Karton, trial lawyer Michael Leizerman, and Zen Abbot Jay Rinsen Weik, fuses theater skills, martial arts, and mindfulness training to connect with a jury and win cases.
- Mindfulness and Practicing Law: Listen to your client, your opponent, your judge, your jury, yourself and others.
- The Trial Warrior: Learn Aikido and Japanese swordsmanship principles as they apply to jury selection, cross-examination and other parts of trial.
- From Presentation into Persuasion: Transforming stage fright into stage presence. Creating the jury’s collective “NOW.”
- The Motivational Core in Discovery, Mediation, and Trial: Using specific trial examples, simplify a case around a Core Truth in opening, direct & cross, using defense depositions to prove your case
Click here to register for The Core Method Workshop in 2021
Meet The Instructors
Actor, Director, Writer and Trial Consultant
Trial Lawyer (practice concentrates on select catastrophic trucking cases), Zen Practice Leader, Aikido Student, William Esper Acting Studio Summer Graduate
Jay Rinsen Weik
5th Degree Black Belt in Aikido, Zen Abbott and Teacher
It was an amazing experience.
I am looking forward to applying my take away from the workshop in future trials.
- Philip Price
A more mindful approach.
The workshop made me a better lawyer and more thoughtful person.
- Martin Mathers
Take advantage of this opportunity.
I can say without doubt this seminar has improved the way I practice law.
- Joe Ervin