MLMW trial lawyer Craig T. Watrous and his Thompson G. Marsh Inn Of Court Group will be teaching a CLE (continuing legal education), program this evening for the Inn. The CLE will be focused on trial practice with guidance regarding the proper use of objections at trial
About the Thompson G. Marsh Inn of Court:
The Thompson G. Marsh Inn of Court is a professional association of attorneys devoted to supporting excellence, civility, professionalism, and ethics in the practice of law. The Marsh Inn is patterned after and enjoys kinship with the English Inns of Court. The English Inns and the Marsh Inn, while different from each other in detail, share professional ideals, standards, and pride in advocacy, and attempt to engender these concepts as part of our common legal heritage.
The members of the Marsh Inn meet for dinner and a presentation once per month from September through May, and once in the summer for a social event. The monthly dinner presentation may be on a subject related to legal practice, with special focus on improving legal skills; promoting civility, professionalism and ethical behavior in the practice of law; sharing insights into the judicial process, and exploring the role of attorneys in society.
Learn More about The Thompson G. Marsh American Inn of Court here.