Litigation Nuts & Bolts: How a Complaint Gets to Trial - Video Replay Denver

When:  Jun 12, 2019
May 2019
Litigation Nuts & Bolts: How a Complaint Gets to Trial
Co-Sponsored by the Colorado Bar Association Young Lawyers Division
Program Description:
Are you a member of the Colorado Bar Association Young Lawyer’s Division? Would you like to be? This is the perfect time to become a member, and also spend the day getting to know the nuts and bolts of litigation practice … not only from other young lawyers, but also from some of the most experienced and knowledgeable litigators in Colorado.
This program will provide a deep-dive into important pre-trial events, motions, and processes. While trial is often the highlight of a case, the pre-trial preparation, from drafting the complaint all the way to drafting the jury instructions, cannot be overlooked.
Learning Objectives:
As a young lawyer, get the foundation you need to improve your litigation skills and successfully handle a case from start to finish -
- Drafting and Responding to a Complaint
- Discovery
- Depositions
- Defending Motions for Summary Judgment
- Lightning Round on Pre-Trial Issues
- The Art of Jury Instructions
And don’t miss the two keynote presentations!
The Big Picture: Handling the Nuts and Bolts While Keeping Your Goals and Strategy in Mind
Presented by Qusair Mohamedbhai, Esq.
A View from the Bench
Presented by Honorable S. Kato Crews


S1 - East Huddle Room
1290 Broadway Street, 17th Floor
Denver, CO 80203