Connectionology® Seminars of America was formed in 2012 by the Nation’s Top Trial Attorneys with the goal of teaching and connecting all Plaintiff Trial and Criminal Defense Attorneys around the country. It’s mission is to provide serious education for those who desire to learn how to become a better lawyer and the main purpose is to help them reach great results to improve the lives for the client.
Connectionology® seminars has an outstanding history of featuring premier National Speakers and leading Experts in the industry. The best part is the one on one interaction and advice that you will receive. The educational topics vary from settlements, negotiation, mediation, insurance, medicine, anatomy, discovery, auto damages, jury selection and much more. Recent seminars have been held in Melbourne, FL; Naples, FL; Greenville, SC; Cleveland, OH; Charlotte, NC; Santa Fe, NM; Charleston, SC; Harrisburg, PA and Savannah, GA.
The world has changed in 2020 as a result of the pandemic. Connectionology has adapted by morphing our seminars into online webinars. We give many thanks to you for making these webinars so successful. We recognize the value of being able to attend a webinar with the commitment of travel, etc. and we commit to continue the webinars following the end of the pandemic. Connectionology is providing CLE credits for many of our webinars.
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So, what is Connectionology®?
Connectionology® is the art, science, and methodology of bonding and relating to and with others for purposes of persuasion or enhancing a given relationship.
Connectionology® deals with “connecting” with others on a personal, emotional, trust, and oftentimes even spiritual level.
Connectionology® is what true courtroom advocates are all about as each is a master “Connectionologist.”
Connectionology® deals with bonding, relating, linking, attaching, and embracing others. When a trial advocate “connects,” he/she embraces, bonds, relates and persuades (albeit at varying levels or degrees).
However, when an advocate fails at connection, he/she divides, fails at persuasion, distances a relationship, and creates an enhancement of mistrust or disbelief. When you think of the word “connection”–you conceptualize thoughts of “fastening together,” or “tying together,” or “joining together,” or “binding together,” and similar thoughts.
This is what Connectionology® is all about.
In every step you take as a Trial Lawyer in the handling, workup, litigation, and trial of a case–your every thought should be focused upon connecting with the judge and jury in order to persuade and enhance the position of your client’s cause.