Charla Aldous Instructs at Program Hosted by Harvard Law School
Charla Aldous, Dallas trial attorney and the founder of the Aldous Law Firm, shared her extensive experience as a courtroom attorney with the students at Harvard Law School who were present at the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA) National Trial College.
“It was exhilarating and rewarding to be part of this exhaustive program, which has so much to offer these young attorneys,” Ms. Aldous was quoted as saying of her chance to speak at the ABOTA National Trial College. “Not only was I able to see growth in these students and their trial skills, I also made lifelong friends.”
About the ABOTA National Trial College
A number of talented attorneys were asked to speak at the five-day course this year. Students of the ABOTA National Trial College are young attorneys who have been practicing for about three or four years. Components of the course include a mock jury trial, classroom teaching, hands-on exercises, and helpful critiques. The course is tough, intense, and designed to facilitate young lawyers looking to enhance their courtroom skills.
It is an honor for Ms. Aldous to be included in this prestigious panel of respected and accomplished educators. The team of instructors consisted of just 18 individuals—all top trial attorneys and judges, including past ABOTA presidents, who lead in their spaces and who attended the National Trial College at Harvard Law School from their communities around the nation.
Attorney Charla Aldous: Dedicated, Experienced, Proven
As a trial lawyer with a reputation for excellence and success, Ms. Aldous is no stranger to accolades. The Best Lawyers in America® has consistently held her name for over 10 years and Best Lawyers has named her “Dallas Lawyer of the Year for Personal Injury & Medical Malpractice Litigation” two times. Over the course of her career, she has recovered $750 million in verdicts and settlements for her clients. She has been an attorney for close to 30 years.
She is a member of ABOTA and the former president of its chapter in Dallas. In 2008, she was named ABOTA’s “Trial Lawyer of the Year” in Texas. This organization is made up of trial lawyers around the United States who are committed to the American Constitutional right to trial by jury. It is an important national group and one our firm is proud to be affiliated with.
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