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Trial Skills: Cross Examination

MCLE Credits: 1.5 including 1.5 MCLE, 1.5 Ethics

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Trial Skills
Victor Vital |  William B Mateja
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Part of the DBA's Trial Academy, a hands-on civil trial skills training program intended to improve advocacy skills for solo and small firm lawyers licensed five years or less through a combination of lectures and demonstrations by seasoned attorneys and live exercises by participants. Sponsored by the DBA's Professionalism Committee and Trial Skills Section. For more information, visit


Victor Vital's Profile

Victor Vital Related seminars and products:

Barnes & Thornburg LLP

Victor D. Vital, a trial lawyer in Barnes & Thornburg’s Dallas office, is recognized as one of the Top 100 Super Lawyers in Texas. Clients turn to Mr. Vital to handle difficult, high-profile and high-stakes jury trials of virtually all types. He has distinguished himself as a top trial lawyer through his command of courtrooms and his likability and relatability to juries. Mr. Vital’s ability to absorb complex subject matter quickly then package and present it persuasively to diverse juries makes him suitable for virtually any high-stakes trial case in major U.S. metropolitan areas.

William B Mateja's Profile

William B Mateja Related seminars and products:

Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton LLP

Bill has long been a white collar trial lawyer with a particular focus on healthcare fraud and securities enforcement. A former prosecutor at the highest levels of the Department of Justice, Bill was responsible for all the Department’s White Collar operations, as well as the day-to-day workings of its corporate fraud task force. He also served as Special Counsel for Health Care fraud overseeing all of the Department’s health care fraud enforcement. This experience makes him unusually adept at handling the collateral consequences of White Collar matters, which can occur in any of four separate legal forums — criminal, civil, administrative, and regulatory — sometimes all at once.



Overall:      4

Total Reviews: 35


Jessica S - Dallas, Texas

"nice job"

Demetria M - Dallas, Texas

"the role play was a good element"

Irina Z

"It was good"

Craig L

"Audio and Video quality were very good and the skills discussed had practical value. Time well spent."

Stephen S - Dallas, Texas

" Solid presentation, somewhat Basic. "

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