Sarah King to Present at KTLA’s Annual Meeting & CLE Seminar
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    Sarah King to Present at KTLA’s Annual Meeting & CLE Seminar

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    Sarah King to Present at KTLA’s Annual Meeting & CLE Seminar

    Sarah F. King, one of Chicago’s rising medical malpractice attorneys and partner at Clifford Law Offices, will be speaking at Kansas Trial Lawyers Association’s Annual Meeting & CLE Seminar on December 10, 2021, at the Kansas City Marriott Country Club Plaza in Kansas City, Mo.

    She will be addressing “The Power of Visual Persuasion” as a successful strategy to advocate for clients in live trials, over Zoom hearings, or during a video evidence deposition.

    In a 21st century courtroom where technology growth and application are expected, visual advocacy is the key to communicating a client’s story and persuading your fact finder. Sarah’s presentation will include a discussion about how to develop effective demonstrative exhibits, utilizing visual aids with witnesses and jurors, the nuts and bolts of courtroom technology, and the benefits of using mixed media in the workup and presentation of a case.

    Sarah has been instrumental with Clifford Law Offices as a medical malpractice attorney, receiving verdicts totaling nearly $300 million. Her dedication to her clients and persistence to resolve cases demonstrates the pride she takes in her work and her goal to deliver results to those affected by medical malpractice.

    Recently, Sarah gave a memorable presentation at the 2021 American Association for Justice Annual Convention in Las Vegas, sharing her expertise in “Crafting a Strong Opening in a Medical Negligence Case.”

    The KTLA Meeting and Seminar is an in-person event open to any individual licensed to practice law in the United States. The event offers 12 CLE credit hours provided by outstanding trial lawyers across the country and provides attendees with valuable insight and knowledge.

    For more information or to register for the event, click here.