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How Much is a Lack of Courtroom Influence and Credibility Costing You and Your Clients?

When it comes to winning cases, influence and credibility are everything. Despite these incontestable truths, many lawyers can struggle swaying juries and winning over judges, which can lead to…

Losing Cases
Reduced Verdict Amounts
Less Income
Difficulty Managing Courtroom Relationships
Missed Client and Growth Opportunities
Challenges in Negotiating and Closing Cases

It's possible that a lack of influence and credibility is costing you more than you think. The Trial Lawyers College teaches you our unique integration of the psychodramatic methods with your trial skills that will enhance your credibility both in and out of the courtroom.

Commit to Being Better.

The Best Law Schools Miss These CRITICAL Skills

It’s not what law school you graduated from, or what your golf average is at the local 18 hole golf course. And it’s not really about how long you have practiced law or how many cases you have tried. The most important skill in the courtroom is credibility because people respond to the truth told with integrity and sincerity. And jurors are just people. 

While a deep-seated knowledge of the law is important, what's more important is credibility in the courtroom.

That's because jurors respond to the truth told with integrity and sincerity.

But the good news is that it's never too late to improve as a person and as a lawyer.

you risk losing critical
cases, clients, and revenue.

can negatively affect your
reputation and damage your
professional relationships.

With the TLC method that integrates the psychodramatic methods with trial skills, you will build your reputation, attract new clients, and ultimately win more cases.

If you are ready to take your legal practice to the next level, we invite you to join the TLC Tribe and join us at our upcoming seminars.

About Us

Meet the Trial Lawyers College

The biggest difference between lawyers that are winning cases and losing cases is not about what law school you graduated from or what your golf average is at the local 18 holes.

The Psychodrama Method has been established as a proven technique helping thousands of lawyers win more cases, influence more juries, and providing optimal client representation.

There many types of legal cases that can be resolved in a courtroom using this method such as:

  • Criminal Defense Cases
  • Civil Rights Cases
  • Major Felony Cases
  • Wrongful Death
  • Personal Injury
  • Appellate cases


Our Mission

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.

Meet Our Board

Don Clarkson

Psychodramatist, Advisor to the Board

Bill Trine


Anne Valentine


Francisco Duarte


Eric Davis



“You become a member of the largest law firm in America of criminal defense & civil plaintiff lawyers.”

K. Turek

“The Trial Lawyers College Mission Statement is our living Constitution and an ever-present guide in all that we do.”

Robert K.

“The Trial Lawyers College is a life altering experience because the focus remains on discovery of the self as one of its core values.”

Chris K.