Rouse Frets White Goss Gentile Rhodes Attorney Rachel Boden Completes Trial Advocacy Program

By August 14, 2019 Firm Highlights

Leawood, KS—August 14, 2019—Rouse Frets White Goss Gentile Rhodes attorney Rachel Boden recently completed the Trial Advocacy College for the Attorneys Information Exchange Group.

The trial advocacy program, held at the University of Houston Law Center, was designed to provide attorneys with training and guidance from experienced litigators and to hone participants’ trial advocacy skills in an environment that closely resembles a real trial. Rachel participated in a full mock trial of a fuel-fed fire defective automobile design case.

About Rachel Boden:

Rachel focuses her practice on plaintiff’s litigation, where she represents individuals who have been injured or otherwise suffered a catastrophic loss. She has successfully represented clients in a variety of cases, including defective products, vehicle collisions and premises liability.

About the law firm’s Litigation Practice Group:

The lawyers in the law firm’s Litigation Practice Group have represented clients in an array of subject areas in cases ranging from smaller dollar matters to cases in excess of $100 million. The firm has a national reach with its litigators holding career experience in more than 40 states and eight federal circuits. Litigation teams include trial lawyers with aggregate career experience exceeding 500 trials (bench and jury).

 

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