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Earn Six MCLE Credits, Including One In Ethics
This interactive seminar teaches you who to trust and what to believe with cutting-edge, proven science from a world authority. The seminar offers six MCLE credits, including one in ethics. It teaches many of the same skills, and uses many of the same exclusive videos and tools, that Professor Freshman taught in-house at JAMS’ national meeting, WilmerHale (antitrust), Irell and Manella (intellectual property), and the national meeting of federal administrative law judges. Click here for additional clients. Registrants today will receive credit for a free follow-up webinar for 1.25 hours MCLE, including .5 hour reduction of bias credit.
Human Resources Professionals: The seminar has been approved by the HR Certification Institute for 6 hours of general recertification credit.
Instruction From A World Leading Authority
Professor Clark Freshman is the world’s most sought-after speaker on lie detection and nonverbal communication for lawyers and negotiators. A tenured Professor of Law at the University of California (Hastings), Professor Freshman collaborated for years with Paul Ekman, scientific advisor to TV’s Lie to Me. The seminar includes critical analysis of Ekman’s methods as well as Professor Freshman’s own research at Harvard Business School and elsewhere. Professor Freshman’s published research appears in journals at Stanford, Harvard, Columbia, Cornell, UCLA, and elsewhere. International media from Danish Broadcasting to PBS to the Wall Street Journal have covered his work.
Professor Freshman’s last two events sold out, so reserve your space now.
Attorneys and Other Professionals: $795/participant
Attorneys and Other Professionals Group Rate: Five or more (at one time): $550/participant
The group rate is available to five or more persons who register at the same time, but members may take seminar on different dates.
Government and Nonprofit: $450/participant
New Attorneys or Recently Admitted (Since 2006): $495/participant
Scholarships and special rates are available for:
Groups registering together (one form of payment only please)
Public-interest lawyers and professionals
To register by phone or for any difficulty registering, please phone 305-799-7432.
If you wish to pay by check, then send the appropriate amount payable to Freshman Training, LLC to: Freshman Training, LLC, 584 Castro Street #213, San Francisco, CA 94114, and note the name of the person registering on the memo portion of the check. If you do not receive a confirmation by email within five days, then phone 305-799-7432.
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"Clark offers insights and tools for negotiators from any culture to avoid lies and do business." Giuseppe De Palo, JAMS International, Co-Founder
"A judge listens to not just witnesses, but listens to the attorneys, and sometimes they try and flim-flam you a little bit. I think Clark’s course will help me evaluate the flim-flam factor." Victoria Chaney, Judge, California Courts of Appeal
"Both the content of Clark Freshman’s teachings and his delivery are worth their weight in gold. Prepare yourself for a thoroughly engaging and eye-opening adventure that will teach you skills invaluable in any endeavor." Margaret Shaw, Mediator
"Take Clark's course on lie detection. You'll never see the world the same way. And that's a good thing." Dan Shapiro, Associate Director, Harvard Project on Negotiation, and Co-Author, Beyond Reason: Using Emotions As You Negotiate
"Clark Freshman's cutting-edge research on lie detection, emotion, and practical decision-making empowers us all to be more effective negotiators and problem-solvers." Michael Wheeler, Professor of Management Practice, Harvard Business School
"Clark teaches you to recognize concealed emotions and help detect lies - valuable skills for any lawyer - if you invest in yourself to learn them." Jeffrey Newman, Partner
Farella, Braun + Martel LLP
"Clark’s course doesn’t just help you in your career, but throughout your entire life." Timothy A. Tosta, Land Use Partner
Luce, Forward, Hamilton & Scripps, LLP
San Francisco, CA
"Clark Freshman’s depth of knowledge and skills as a teacher will make his seminar on Lie Detection one of the most valuable CLE presentations you will ever attend. You will leave this seminar with new found skills that you can use in both your everyday life and your law practice." Henry Hecht, Lecturer in Residence
University of California, Berkeley
Author, Effective Depositions 2nd ed. (ABA 2010)
"The information about micro-expressions as a key to people’s emotions and truthfulness is a window into another way of understanding how much humans reveal without realizing it." Amy Oppenheimer, Administrative Law Judge
"Clark's program was absolutely outstanding. Not only is the information it provides extremely valuable, but the format thoroughly enjoyable and a refreshing change of pace from many of our dry legal presentations!" Immigration Judge, San Francisco
"Clark's so funny, it helps you retain the information better. It's the best seminar I've been to in 20 years of practicing." Lillie Hsu, Appellate Attorney, Greines, Martin, Stein & Richland LLP
"I've been a trial lawyer nearly 30 years, and I would have won more trials if I took Clark's seminar on lie detection earlier." Trial lawyer, Fresno, California
"I was thinking about Clark Freshman's course on lie detection this morning while I was deposing a defendant driver. I think it is fair to say that I use at least some of his techniques on an almost daily basis now. I plan on making his course required learning for my associates." Michael Stephenson, Trial Attorney
"I thought Clark Freshman did a terrific job in outlining the facial expressions and exploding some of the myths about how people believe that they can tell whether people are lying or telling the truth. When I’m dealing with clients and I’m trying to understand them at the initial meeting, it helps me." John Blumberg, Esq., Certified Legal Malpractice Specialist and Super Lawyer, Long Beach, CA
"A very thought-provoking evening. I’ll never look at faces the same way." Susan Hammer, Distinguished Fellow, International Academy of Mediators
"The best MCLE I have had in my 22 years of law practice. I am starting a big jury trial and hope to capitalize on my newfound understanding of emotion and lying." Mark Hartney, Los Angeles Litigation Dept. Chair, Allen Matkins
"I would recommend this to anybody and everybody. I think it’s been incredibly helpful, incredibly informative, and Clark does a fantastic job of integrating what we talk about into the presentation." Gary Roberts, Executive Vice President and Head, Fox Group Legal
Professor Clark Freshman has been invited to speak on negotiation at Harvard Law School, Yale Law School, UCLA School of Law and many other law schools. An acknowledged expert on lie detection and negotiation, his research has appeared in law reviews at Harvard, Stanford, Cornell and elsewhere.