Hunger Trials: They’re No Longer Games

Hunger Trials: They’re No Longer Games It seems that attorneys can never turn the legal mind off even while watching a teenage move such as the Hunger Games.   Last week my American Inn of Court group used the Hunger Games as the basis for our continuing legal education presentation to the Inn.  We called it… Continue reading Hunger Trials: They’re No Longer Games

Lawyers Behaving Badly: The case of the Stinky Bentleys and Manure Evidence

Lawyers Behaving Badly: The case of the Stinky Bentleys and Manure Evidence Lawyers Behaving Badly: The case of the Stinky Bentleys and Manure EvidenceMy colleague, Matthew Talbot, wrote about a recent presentation of mine at the Inns of Court.  Access his compete article HERE. Here are some highlights of his article: Nothing interests a group… Continue reading Lawyers Behaving Badly: The case of the Stinky Bentleys and Manure Evidence

Taming Your Bear of a Case: ADR Solutions For Complex Cases From Contract to Final Resolution

Taming Your Bear of a Case: ADR Solutions For Complex Cases From Contract to Final Resolution Taming Your Bear of a Case: ADR Solutions For Complex Cases From Contract to Final Resolution. This is the title of the program we will be presenting November 16, 2012 at the 2012 MCLE Spectacular by on by the… Continue reading Taming Your Bear of a Case: ADR Solutions For Complex Cases From Contract to Final Resolution

A Recommendation from a McGeorge Law Student

A Recommendation from a McGeorge Law Student A Recommendation from a McGeorge Law Student is one of the privileges of teaching is getting feedback from my students’ years after I taught them. Ken was an extremely helpful professor. He cared greatly for his students and was always willing to provide personal assistance to each and… Continue reading A Recommendation from a McGeorge Law Student

A Recommendation from Australia

A Recommendation from Australia A Recommendation from Australia is one of the privileges of teaching is getting feedback from my students’ years after I taught them. It gives me great pleasure to recommend Ken to a prospective employer for his experience and knowledge in law and for having great talent as an efficient and well-rounded… Continue reading A Recommendation from Australia

Thoughts from an optimistic former student

Thoughts from an optimistic former student Thoughts from an optimistic former student is one of the privileges of teaching is getting feedback from my students’ years after I taught them.  Here is a recent example: I am writing this letter to recommend Professor Ken Strongman for the Adjunct Professor at John F. Kennedy University. He… Continue reading Thoughts from an optimistic former student

Thoughts from a former student wanting more mediation knowledge

Thoughts from a former student wanting more mediation knowledge Thoughts from a former student wanting more mediation knowledge is one of the privileges of teaching is getting feedback from my students’ years after I taught them.  Here is a recent example: Ken Strongman did an excellent job teaching law and mediation at JFK University for… Continue reading Thoughts from a former student wanting more mediation knowledge

Energetic and optimistic thoughts from a former student

Energetic and optimistic thoughts from a former student Energetic and optimistic thoughts from a former student is one of the privileges of teaching is getting feedback from my students’ years after I taught them.  Here is a recent example: I always enjoyed Professor Strongman’s Legal Ethics classes when I was studying in John F. Kennedy’s… Continue reading Energetic and optimistic thoughts from a former student

Thoughts from a former student on learning ethics.

Thoughts from a former student on learning ethics. Thoughts from a former student on learning ethics is one of the privileges of teaching is getting feedback from my students’ years after I taught them.  Here is a recent example: Ken taught me the importance of ethical behavior in all dealings, personal and profession. He also… Continue reading Thoughts from a former student on learning ethics.