From February 19 – 22, 2013, the Florida Justice Association (FJA) is holding the 2013 Workhorse CLE (continuing legal education) seminar in Florida and included in the seminar’s list of prominent speakers is Long Beach attorney, Joseph H. Low of The Law Firm of Joseph H. Low IV.
The purpose of this seminar is to arm attorneys with the knowledge and strategies to win cases. The seminar includes a wide range of programs over the course of four days. The first session, held in the afternoon/evening on Tuesday, February 19, 2013, is centered around the following theme: “Connectionology and the Art, Science, and Methodology of Effective, Meaningful, and Persuasive Communications.” Attorney Joseph Low will be contributing his skills and knowledge towards this theme by instructing fellow attorneys on “Conducting Voir Dire During Your Opening Statement (and During Direct Examination and Cross-Examination and Throughout the Trial) and Learning More about Your Jurors as Each One Communicates Directly with You.”
The Bob Chaloupka Trial Skills Seminar was held in Scottsbluff last week in honor of Attorney Robert “Bob” Chaloupka, who had died in 2009, according to an article in the Star-Herald. Chaloupka’s partner in law recommended the creation of the seminar as a way to honor his work and contributions to his clients and the legal community as well as to preserve his values in relationships and working together.
Military defense attorney Joseph Low IV was one of the presenters at the seminar, helping lawyers improve their skills when it comes to questioning potential jurors during voir dire, the process used to determine whether any potential juror is biased or otherwise unfit to deal with the task of serving objectively on a jury. Other attorneys spoke about topics such as forensic evidence and cross-examining witnesses in criminal defense cases.
Military Defense Attorney Joseph Hawkins Low IV to Speak on Support for Veterans at Western Nebraska Community College
For many veterans, coming home after being at war can be the beginning of an entirely different battle. As a former United States Marine and an advocate for veterans, military defense lawyer Joseph Hawkins Low IV will be presented by the Chaloupka Holyoke Snyder Chaloupka Longoria & Kishiyama Law Firm at Western Nebraska Community College on Friday, November 2, 2012 at noon.
At WNCC, Mr. Low will discuss the difficulties that combat veterans face when returning to civilian life and when overcoming the challenges of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and traumatic brain injury (TBI). Mr. Low is an active participant in organizations that focus on cultivating veterans’ sense of purpose for their skills and experience. Dedicated to his clients, Mr. Low provides them with support and assistance, both before and after trial, especially when he or she is struggling with PTSD and/or TBI.