Date Course Information Credits Cost
Online

Basics of Personal Injury Law & An Introduction to Wrongful Conviction Cases

Faculty: Joshua D. Kelner, Esq. 

In this two part lecture, Joshua D. Kelner of acclaimed personal injury law firm Kelner & Kelner using real life cases explains how to analyze a slip and fall case and you will learn how to tell if your client has a good case to sue for personal injury and, if so, how to prove negligence. As an added bonus, prompted by a journal article he authored, Mr. Kelner discusses what forms of recourse are now available to those defendants wrongfully convicted of serious crimes.

Date: Online

Credits: 2

$75 $50

2

$75 $50

In this two part lecture, Joshua D. Kelner of acclaimed personal injury law firm Kelner & Kelner using real life cases explains how to analyze a slip and fall case and you will learn how to tell if your client has a good case to sue for personal injury and, if so, how to prove negligence. As an added bonus, prompted by a journal article he authored, Mr. Kelner discusses what forms of recourse are now available to those defendants wrongfully convicted of serious crimes.

NY CLE credits: 2.0 Professional Practice

NJ CLE credits: 2.0 General (Civil Trial Preparation)

CA CLE Credits: 1.5 general

PA CLE credits: 1.5 general (To obtain PA credit, you must send your PA bar registration number to info@marinolegal.com upon completion of the course)

Joshua D. Kelner graduated cum laude from Williams College in 2001 and cum laude from Harvard Law School in 2004. While in law school, he was Articles Editor for the Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review, and a finalist in the Ames Moot Court Competition. In college, he was President of the Williams College debate team.

He has been associated with Kelner & Kelner since 2005, during which time he has concentrated his practice on the trial preparation of complex personal injury cases and on appellate advocacy. He has conducted depositions, second seated trials, and argued numerous motions before the courts. He has also successfully briefed and argued numerous appeals.  He was previously associated with the law firm of Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel, LLP, during which time he focused on federal litigation and white collar criminal defense.

He is the author of The Anatomy of an Image: Unpacking the Case for Tort Reform, which was published in the University of Dayton Law Review in 2006. He is a member of the New York State Trial Lawyers Association and the New York State Bar Association.