Keynote Speeches

One great way we can provide key litigation insights to a large group is through the delivery of a Keynote Speech at a conference or professional retreat. Winning Litigator® founder Larry Kaye relates his personal trial experiences to illustrate how successful litigators can continuously enhance and effectively apply their skills through more focused trial preparation and trial presentation. The central themes are professional growth and the personal satisfaction gain through elevating litigation practice skills.

These presentations are filled with humor, insight and creative and resourceful ideas to maximize litigation success. Most of all, the presentations are infused with Larry’s enthusiasm and appreciation for litigators.

Speeches can be custom-created for your firm, conference, or organization–or you can choose one of these popular topics:

  • Laughing While Litigating – Techniques to Find the Humor in Everyday Litigation
  • The Perfect Trial – Techniques to Work at 100%
  • Working Smarter – Streamline the Nuts and Bolts of Litigation, Reduce Stress and Have a Better Life
  • What the Hell is my Case About? – Using Jury Focus Groups to Achieve Surprising Results
  • The Show Must Go On: Using the Courtroom as a Theater – Stage Managing the Trial, Creating Focus and Drama for Your Audience
  • The Lemon Sour Ball, The Perfume Lady, and Other Deposition Stories – Humorous Tales with Awesome Lessons for Litigators

If you have an upcoming firm retreat, conference or bar association meeting, why not bring Larry Kaye and The Winning Litigator® to your firm?  Contact us to schedule your dates now.

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Frequently Asked Questions

We give a variety of speeches, depending on the needs of your group. The topics are always insightful, creative and done with humor. Most importantly, they reflect our appreciation for the demanding job litigators have.
Larry Kaye prefers, when possible, to move around on the stage and talk to the audience. Presentations are more engaging when you can connect with as many people as possible. Larry has a background as a theater performer and director, and he’s very comfortable in front of audiences of all sizes.
Absolutely! It’s important to remember that litigation involves real human beings, and is not only theoretical. With more than 25 years and tens of thousands of litigation hours under our belt, we’ve learned valuable lessons that to relate to our audience. We often hear war stories from colleagues, and many of their experiences end up in our talks as they illustrate valuable lessons in the practice of law. Humor is an excellent way to help people remember content.
We customize all speeches and presentations for the individual audience. We regularly introduce new and timely topics to reach our audience. Our Keynote motivational speeches for attorneys are, above all, informative. We can present material on nearly any legal topic with insight and a dash of irreverence to audiences large and small, and provide great content. People usually tell us they leave Larry’s speeches feeling enlightened and enthusiastic about their practice, career and life. If you have a specific topic in mind for your group, let’s discuss it.
Often we do, yes. We enjoy using visual presentations that are engaging, dynamic, and humorous when appropriate. When used the right way, PowerPoint helps our audiences remember what we’re presenting. We also use another presentation tool called “Prezi,” which also makes speeches especially dynamic.
I think you’ll find our speaking agreements to be very straightforward. If you’re interested in hiring us to speak at your next event, contact us and we’ll be happy to discuss your needs.

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