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TRIAL TEAM INFORMATIONAL SESSION
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James Brosnahan, Lecture on Jury Selction
February 21, 2006 at 1:45 PM
From: Gerald F. Uelmen, Director
Heafey Center for Trial & Appellate Advocacy
Legendary San Francisco trial lawyer James Brosnahan will be on campus at Santa Clara from 4:00 p.m. to 5:15 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 23, to present a lecture on tactics for jury selection. The lecture will be open for all Santa Clara law students to attend, in Bannan Hall 139. Mr. Brosnahan was lead counsel for Jon Walker Lindh, as well as Oakland Raiders case, Marcus Williams v. William Romanowsky.
James J. Brosnahan is one of the nation’s most respected and recognized trial lawyers, with expertise in both civil and criminal trial work. He was inducted into The State Bar of California’s "Trial Lawyers Hall of Fame" in April 1996; was awarded the "Samuel E. Gates Award" by the American College of Trial Lawyers in October 2000: was named the "Trial Lawyer of the Year" by the American Board of Trial Advocates in October 2001; was named "Legend of the Law" by the Laywer’s Club of San Francisco, November 2002; and was awarded the William J. Brennan Jr. Award from the University of Virginia Trial Advocacy Program, January 2003.