The TLC Difference

Trial Lawyers College is dedicated to training and educating lawyers and judges who are committed to the jury system and to representing and obtaining justice for individuals: the poor, the injured, the forgotten, the voiceless, the defenseless and the damned, and to protecting the rights of such people from corporate and government oppression.

In all of its activities, Trial Lawyers College will foster and nourish an open atmosphere of caring for people regardless of their race, age, creed, religion, national origin, physical abilities, gender, or sexual orientation. We do not offer training for those lawyers who represent government, corporations or large business interests.

Trial Lawyers College is committed to training a new breed of lawyer — a warrior who has the courage to become a real person first, and who then has the heart to fight for justice in their own passionate voice.

TLC’s board members, administrative staff, instructors and F Warrior Alumni Board members are all committed to doing their parts to ensure that TLC students are provided a quality educational and life experience at each TLC seminar.

Our Mission

Our History

Our Team

Trial Lawyers College is dedicated to training and educating lawyers and judges who are committed to the jury system and to representing and obtaining justice for individuals: the poor, the injured, the forgotten, the voiceless, the defenseless and the damned, and to protecting the rights of such people from corporate and government oppression.

In all of its activities, Trial Lawyers College will foster and nourish an open atmosphere of caring for people regardless of their race, age, creed, religion, national origin, physical abilities, gender or sexual orientation. We do not offer training for those lawyers who represent government, corporations or large business interests.

Chartered in 1994, TLC is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization led by a Board of Directors who are committed to providing the superior curriculum, faculty and staff that are the foundation of Trial Lawyers College™️. Our curriculum that has been developed and evolved since our beginning in 1994 is based on psychodrama methods – putting words and stories into action. Every TLC seminar will teach these methods to help trial lawyers better choose cases, understand clients and the underlying, compelling stories of their cases, and be the strongest and most effective advocate they can be in the fight for justice.

TLC’s lawyer faculty consists of trial lawyers from across the nation who volunteer their time and cover their own travel expenses to teach at TLC seminars and share what they have learned and honed at the Trial Lawyers College. The faculty team includes licensed psychodramatists who are trained at TLC to work side-by-side with the lawyer faculty to teach students how to blend the psychodramatic methods and delivery skills with trial skills; as well as communication experts and psychodramatistst who teaches students how to effectively present their cases in the courtroom with their own voice and style rather than attempting to mimic some other lawyer. 

Trial Lawyers College™️ is committed to training a new breed of lawyer — a warrior who has the courage to become a real person first, and who then has the heart to fight for justice for their clients in their own passionate voice.

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Our Faculty

TLC’s faculty consists of top trial lawyers from across the nation. They volunteer their time and cover their own travel expenses to teach at TLC courses and share what they have learned and honed at Trial Lawyers College. The faculty is rounded out by our team of a communication experts and psychodramatists who are trained to work with the lawyer faculty to teach how to blend the psychodramatic methods with trial skills, as well as how to effectively present your case in the courtroom with your voice and your style, rather than an attempt to mimic someone else.