Jamie Holland, a TV-star-turned-attorney shares 10 acting tips for trial lawyers

Today’s guest is attorney Jamie Holland, a TV-star-turned-attorney sharing 10 acting tips for trial lawyers.

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Here’s a bit more about Jamie: Successful lawyering depends on the power of persuasion. Before law school, Jamie pursued a career as a professional actor in Los Angeles after obtaining a Master of Fine Arts Degree from the University of Southern California. Following several appearances in the soap operas “Santa Barbara” and “Young and the Restless,” Jamie left his union cards with the Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artist behind to put his persuasion skills to use in the courtroom. Jamie obtained his law degree from The University of Alabama.

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P.S. Even if you’re not a trial lawyer, the powerful persuasion and presentation techniques these gifted trial lawyers will be sharing can be life-changing. These approaches will work for anyone in sales, marketing, or engaging with employees, customers, clients, and patients. Again, join us for our next live show and get updates at the TrialLawyer.show!