Erik Heninger is invited faculty for AAJ’s Trial Advocacy College on Depositions

Erik Heninger is an invited faculty member for the American Association for Justice’s Trial Advocacy College on Depositions held in Philadelphia on June 6 to June 8.

Taking and defending depositions are critical skills for every trial lawyer.  AAJ Education’s Depositions College combines lectures, demonstrations, and small-group, interactive workshops led by experienced faculty to give you practical, proven techniques that you can apply immediately to your practice. You’ll receive individual attention and skill critique in a supportive, responsive environment with colleagues at a similar skill and practice level. You’ll learn:

  • How to create an effective discovery plan
  • Essential deposition techniques including sequencing, exhaustion, and boxing-in
  • How to establish rules and utilize the Miller Mousetrap method
  • Strategies for dealing with a difficult attorney
  • How to successfully depose the defense expert witness, and more

Erik concentrates his practice on personal injury litigation focusing on brain and spinal injuries, medical negligence, trucking litigation, and nursing home litigation. He is a member of the Alabama Association for Justice, Mississippi Association for Justice, Georgia Trial Lawyers Association, and AAJ. Mr. Heninger currently serves as the Secretary of the Alabama Association of Justice; represents the 10th Judicial Circuit as an Alabama State Bar Commissioner; and serves on the Executive Committee of the Birmingham Bar Association.  He is a member of the Alabama Chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA) And authored of numerous articles, including “A Brief Analysis of Nonverbal Communication in the Courtroom,” published in Alabama Trial Lawyers Journal, and has taught on various trial advocacy topics nationwide. Mr. Heninger is a Fellow of AAJ’s National College of Advocacy, and a member of AAJ’s Nursing Homes and Spinal Cord Injury Litigation Groups.

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