October 15, 2009
For Immediate Release
Brown graduates from exclusive trial lawyer college
When renowned trial lawyer Gerry Spence invites an attorney to his exclusive training camp, that attorney should not decline the invitation.
That’s what happened to Craig Brown, an attorney for Cappolino Dodd Krebs LLP, a law firm in Cameron. He just returned as a graduate from the intensive, three-week boot camp on a 40,000 acre Wyoming ranch.
Spence, a noted trial lawyer, has not lost a civil case in 40 years and has never lost a criminal case. He successfully defended Imelda Marcos, wife of the former Philippine president, and Randy Weaver of Ruby Ridge fame. Wearing his trademark buckskin jacket, Spence was also an expert commentator for CNN during the O.J. Simpson trial.
“Graduates from the Trial Lawyer College (TLC) have a phenomenal records of success,” Brown said on his return. “Nearly every major verdict in the United States last year could be tied directly or indirectly to TLC graduates.”
According to its mission statement, the TLC is “committed to obtaining justice for individuals: the poor, the injured, the forgotten, the voiceless, the defenseless and the damned.”
Only 16 of the exclusive camps have been held since its inception in 1994 and fewer than 1,000 attorneys have ever been invited to attend. Fewer than sixty attorneys are invited to attend each camp.
“I just feel very blessed to have been able to attend something like this, and I look forward to putting the knowledge into action,” Brown said.
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