|The 3 Cores Method is being taught by Michael Leizerman, Joshua Karton and Jay Rinsen Weik and is based upon the skills, practice, training and support that Michael Leizerman has employed to achieve recent notable settlements in the past year of $34 million and $12 million and record-breaking verdicts in the past few years, including consortium verdicts of $13.2 million and $16 million. During the four day working sessions, you will practice how to:
- Apply mindfulness and meditation practices to all aspects of your case
- Choose the most persuasive words and stories for your case
- Prepare your case around a Core Truth
- Connect emotionally with the jury
- Embrace the uncertainty of trial
- Do cool stuff with swords
|Faculty Michael Leizerman – Trial Lawyer, Aikido Student William Esper Acting Studio Summer Intensive Graduate Joshua Karton – Actor, Director, Writer and Trial Consultant Jay Rinsen Weik – 5th Degree Black Belt in Aikido, Zen Abbott and Teacher
|Agenda Agenda includes practice in applying the following to jury selection, opening, witness examination, closing and other aspects of cases and trials:
- Aikido and Japanese swordsmanship principles
- The lawyer’s most important skill – LISTENING
- Command of voice and body
- Sitting and walking meditation
- Usurping defense depositions and themes to prove your case
- The Three Cores – Warrior, Emotional and Logical
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|Registration Tuition is $1295. To Register contact Lori at email@example.com or call 1-417-844-6860 with credit card information or to arrange to pay by check.
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|Hotel Accommodations The room rate at the Hotel Jerome is $197 per night. The block is being held until September 25th. Call 800.331.7213 for reservations and mention the 3 Cores Seminar for the discount.
The Hotel Jerome, referred to as the crown jewel of Aspen, recently underwent a complete renovation to restore this 1889 Luxury Silver Boom Era hotel to its prior glory. It is conveniently located in the heart of Aspen and features the legendary J-Bar, frequented by locals and celebrities alike.
The Jerome was popularized in the writings of Hunter S. Thompson, a transplant to Aspen, was known to stop at the J-Bar when picking up his mail to eat, drink and watch TV as it had the best reception in the area (prior to cable becoming widespread). Following his death, his memorial service was held in the Hotel’s ballroom. Travel writers have praised both the Jerome’s luxury accommodations and it’s helpful and friendly staff. The hotel offers transportation to and from the Aspen airport.
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