We are constantly asked WHO are you; WHAT are you and WHERE are you. This brief video answers those questions and explains how this rather unique “bespoke” law form works. Not familiar with the term “bespoke” then you’re probably from this side of the Atlantic. Bespoke is a British term meaning commissioned or made for a particular specification. Like bespoke medicine which tries to better fit treatment to the individual patient, bespoke law configures a specific legal team for each case.
UPDATE: Friday Aug 8, 2014. The Webinar has just received 1 hour CLE credit in Iowa: Activity No.: 153909 and in Nebraska: Activity No. 96129.
The 2014 CritelliLaw MEDIATION WEBINAR was a huge success. Over 190 lawyers and mediators from two countries attended. The feedback has been incredible. Miss the Webinar, need the CLE and want the Analytics? You’re in luck. We recorded it.
On March 13, 2014 over 1048 people attended the Webinar: Are you Inadvertently Leaking Confidential Information. Was the highest attended legal webinar in Iowa bar history. It was also cram packed with useful — and technical information. No sooner did the webinar close when we were flooded with e-mails asking for a video of the webinar. […]
Nick Critelli and Michael Ashe, Q.C. to present a paper on the ethics of cloud computing at the 2014 LegalTech in New YorkCity February 4-6th.
Thank you for attending Thursday’s lecture on Mediation Advocacy. You can download the PowerPoint I used during the lecture from this age. Hopefully it will help you. I specifically want to call your attention to the books referenced in the lecture. They are excellent. By all means read Social Intelligence by Daniel Goleman and Socratic […]
Welcome to the CritelliLaw Resource Center for Members of the Bar Lawyers for Lawyers. We are barristers and we practice as barristers. We only represent clients who are lawyers or assist lawyers in representing their clients. CritelliLaw has been representing and assisting members of the Bar and their clients since 1967. Thank you for […]
As part of the Anglo-American Exchange hosted by the Honourable Society of the Middle Temple, each year we host a newly-admitted English Barrister and give them a mini-pupillage in the practice of law here in the United States. Our pupil for 2009 is Jonathan Moffatt, but due to the fact that he was completing an […]
This just in: Our law clerk, Collin Davison has been selected to lead the Drake Law Review as chief editor for 2010-2011. Collin is an outstanding law student who is in the top ten of his class. Originally from Garner, IA he graduated from Garner Hayfield High School where he was a leader in […]
The hallmark of Anglo-American justice – the jury trial — has just fallen. The Crown proposed to try Peter Blake and his associates for the $3.2 million dollar Heathrow robbery without a jury. The following is the report as it appeared in 19 Feb 2010 Times: The jury-less trial of Peter Blake and others is […]