Thursday, May. 9, 2013
Brian J. Carney, Esq. (left) of WIN Interactive Inc. and Austin J. Freeley, Esq. of the Law Offices of Austin J. Freeley are the guest speakers at the May 16 Legal Lunch program.
Register for the May 16 "Feed Your Mind -- A Legal Lunch Series"
This FREE, hour-long discussion will focus on how to effectively use demonstrative evidence.
All Massachusetts Bar Association members and their colleagues
are encouraged to attend the FREE, third session of the MBA's new,
monthly Legal Lunch Series on Thursday, May 16 from 12:30 to 1:30
p.m. at the MBA, 20 West St., Boston. These events are geared
toward civil litigators of all experience levels. The series
provides an opportunity to participate in a discussion of selected
areas of law, or practice, in a collegial setting where you can
meet and exchange ideas with other members of the profession.
The Legal Lunch Series is delighted to announce that
Brian J. Carney, Esq., of WIN Interactive Inc.,
and Austin J. Freeley, Esq., of the Law Offices of
Austin J. Freeley, will be speaking on the topic of demonstrative
evidence. Carney and Freeley will discuss how to effectively use
demonstrative evidence, including 3D animation, timelines, medical
illustrations and maps and diagrams, to successfully litigate
Carney is a former prosecutor and the owner and
operator of WIN Interactive Inc., a consulting firm that provides
litigation support services, including but not limited to
demonstrative evidence, to attorneys across Massachusetts.
Freeley has focused his practice on personal
injury, criminal defense and civil rights matters since 1993, and
with the assistance of WIN Interactive Inc., successfully obtained
a $1.75M settlement in Federal Court (District of Massachusetts)
against Revere, the largest settlement ever given by the
The Legal Lunch Series, coordinated by the Civil Litigation
Section and Young Lawyers Division, will be moderated by Courtney
Shea, Esq. of Looney & Grossman LLP and Craig Levey, Esq. of
Bennett & Belfort PC.
Attendees are encouraged to bring their own