The South Carolina Association for Justice (SCAJ) 2017 Young Lawyers Seminar is just a few short weeks away. For the second year in a row, Yarborough Applegate attorney David Lail, Chair of the SCAJ’s Young Lawyers Section, spearheaded the planning of this event entitled, Thoughts After a Combined 190 Years of Practice…And Over 530 Trials. According to Lail,
“This year’s seminar features some of South Carolina’s best and brightest trial lawyers in an interactive forum focused on tools young lawyers can immediately put to work in their practice to better advocate for their clients and increase case value at the same time.”
The seminar will take place April 29 – 30 in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Over the two-day seminar, attendees will hear from seven speakers, each with a unique perspective on the practice of plaintiff trial work. Young lawyers will receive practical litigation advice, make important connections with fellow trial lawyers, and most importantly, leave with new tools and strategies to better advocate for injured clients.
Those interested in attending the Young Lawyers Seminar are encouraged to register soon to take advantage of discounted room rates for this great weekend of learning and fellowship.