Trey Cox to speak at University of Houston Law School
As a thought leader in the field of trial advocacy, Trey Cox, a Dallas litigator with Lynn Tillotson Pinker & Cox, LLP will share his thoughts on how to use persuasion, personal credibility and logic to protect and defeat the trustworthiness of witnesses at the University of Houston Continuing Legal Education event How to Offer and Exclude Evidence.
Trey Cox has a passion for outstanding advocacy and courtroom excellence, passions that have been recognized by his peers in local, state and national surveys designed to identify exceptional legal talent. He represents clients in high-stakes business disputes. His experience in jury trials has earned him the distinction Board Certified Trial Advocate by the National Board of Trial Advocacy. He has litigated cases all over Texas, including Dallas, Houston, Austin, San Antonio, Abilene, Tyler, Fort Worth, Corpus Christi and McAllen. He has arbitrated cases all over the country from San Francisco to Washington, D.C.
How to Offer and Exclude Evidence is a two day event (January 22-23, 2009) sponsored by the University of Houston Law Foundation. Designed to give a broad review of evidence law including topics in the Rules of Evidence, recent cases, best practices in evidence and discovery, the technology of electronic evidence, date preservation duties and more.