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MATA PRESENTS: YOUR JURY, YOUR STORY 

How successful trial lawyers reach today’s most hard to reach jurors

Jurors may hear you, but are they listening? 

You have one chance to present your information and message in a way that connects with jurors.  

Learn from some of today’s most successful trial lawyers how to make a real connection with your jury and succeed at trial. 

November 7th   --    9:00 AM – 1:00 PM  @ Suffolk Law school, 120 Tremont St

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PRESENTERS:

Zoe Littlepage

Zoe Littlepage has a unique practice focusing on complex and generally lengthy trials in federal and state court, all across the country.  Zoe Littlepage won jury verdicts that were listed on the Top Ten Verdicts of the Year for 2007, 2009 and 2010. She successfully defended against appeals of her punitive damage award and made defendants pay has every penny – to the tune of over $100 million.


Zoe Littlepage is one of only six women trial lawyers inducted into the Inner Circle of Advocates, an invitation only legal group of the top 100 litigators in the country.  Zoe Littlepage has been named a “Super Lawyer” every year since 2011 as well as one of America’s top lawyers by American Trial Lawyers Association, Fortune Magazine and The American Lawyer. She received the Clarence Darrow Award for outstanding advocacy in 2009.  In 2015, the American Bar Association awarded Zoe Littlepage the prestigious Pursuit of Justice award in recognition of her 25 years of work on behalf of victims.

 

Ms. Littlepage is a named partner in the law firm of Littlepage Booth Leckman, headquartered in Houston, Texas.

 

Leo V. Boyle

What Leo Boyle likes to do best is to advocate for injured people. His mission is to convey, through carefully assembled evidence, artful examination of witnesses and, most of all, his own carefully chosen words in argument, what it truly means for a client to have suffered tragedy or injustice. Boyle has had extraordinary successes. He can take credit for some of the largest settlements and verdicts in Massachusetts. But when Boyle talks about his craft – his addiction – the big wins are not the measure that he uses to evaluate his career. “I mostly treasure the opportunities I’ve had to represent some incredibly courageous people. The satisfaction I get from my work is not related to size of the case so much as whether I’ve been able to make a difference in a deserving person’s life.”

Since the founding of Meehan, Boyle, Black & Bogdanow, in 1985, Boyle has practiced exclusively as a plaintiffs’ trial lawyer and has developed a national reputation. He has been actively involved in the Association of Trial Lawyers of America for many years and has held national office in that organization since 1996, including the position of President from 2001-2002. Boyle also served as president of the Massachusetts Bar Association from 1990-1991, and he is a fellow of the prestigious American College of Trial Lawyers. Boyle has given over 150 presentations on trial advocacy and tort law. 

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To seize everything you ever wanted, in one moment
Would you capture it, or just let it slip?

- Lose Yourself, Eminem

 



 

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