Renowned trial lawyer and best-selling author Roger Dodd recently made an appearance at the Tulsa family law firm of Fry & Elder, and others took notice.
Tulsa World and Tulsa Business & Legal News reporter Ralph Schaefer was on hand to observe a portion of the two-day seminar focused on cross-examination techniques and then interview Dodd, and his partner Patricia Kuendig of Dodd & Kuendig Law Offices in Park City, Utah.
CLICK HERE to read Schaefer’s in-depth feature that ran in the Nov. 19, 2015 edition of the Tulsa Business & Legal News. It is the fifth time this year that Schaefer has ventured out Fry & Elder for a story. Links to other articles this year are below:
Schaefer’s most recent article delivers a behind-the-scenes look at how much detail, instruction and education go into Dodd’s seminars, which are limited to just six per year (eight attorneys per seminar). Dodd was quoted in the article as saying: “The single goal is to help as many clients as possible. The best way to do that is train trial lawyers to help their clients. If these lawyers represent 100 clients a year for eight years, then I have indirectly helped them assist 800 people.”
That Dodd selected the recently opened Robert G Fry Jr. Center for Trial Studies to host one of his six national seminars is significant. Dodd is one of just a very few lawyers who has been recognized in multiple states – Florida and Georgia – by Super Lawyers®. He also has achieved a certain celebrity status in the legal world, appearing numerous times on such networks as CourtTV, TruTV, CNN, ABC, CBS, and cable TV. Dodd co-authored a book with Larry Pozner titled The Masters of Cross-Examination, which was a best-seller and is known throughout the legal industry as “the bible of cross.” His practice focuses on personal injury and criminal law.
Fry & Elder trial lawyers M. Shane Henry, T. Luke Barteaux and Aaron D. Bundy attended the seminar. All three said the seminar was an intense educational experience that provided numerous takeaways, which they can apply in trial.
Henry, Barteaux and Bundy are each rising stars in the legal community. All three have been selected as Super Lawyers® Rising Stars™ and are a big reason why the Tulsa family law firm has made the U.S. News & World Report’s exclusive list of Best Law Firms for 2014-2016.
Experience the Fry & Elder Difference
For over 40 years, the Fry & Elder name has been synonymous with Tulsa family law. Much of that has to do with the reputation Robert “Hap” Fry Jr. has acquired throughout the years. Simply put: Fry is considered by many to be the best Tulsa divorce lawyer. He was recently honored as the Lawyer of the Year for Family Law in Tulsa for 2016 by Best Lawyers® and has been selected as an Oklahoma Super Lawyer® every year since 2007.
Tulsa trial lawyers Katie Egan and Lorena Rivas recently joined Fry & Elder to help round out the firm’s staff In addition to Oklahoma, Egan is licensed to practice law in Connecticut and New York, while Rivas is bilingual and will focus on Oklahoma immigration law and family law.
While Fry & Elder continues to be known for its excellence in Tulsa family law, the firm has expanded its breadth of services to include: Oklahoma criminal law, personal injury law and immigration law services. To set up a personal consultation with a proven, experienced and acclaimed Tulsa trial lawyer, contact Fry & Elder today.
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