As a teacher Charles Kahn uses an upbeat, energetic, interactive style to press his students to reach their potential.
Charles has been teaching lawyers and judges about effective advocacy, courtroom procedures, technology and the law for over 35 years. On behalf of the National judicial College he taught evidence to judges from all 50 states at courses in New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Florida, Nevada and the State of Washington. In Wisconsin he has presented for the State Bar of Wisconsin, the Milwaukee Bar Association, the State Public Defender, the Wisconsin Judicial Education program and as a guest lecturer at Marquette University School of Law, University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee and Carroll College. He has mentored dozens of law clerks, student interns and young lawyers on all aspects of Courtroom advocacy and the practice of law.
Charles will custom design a coaching program to meet your needs. Possibilities include:
- A half day, full day or multi-day course in effective advocacy and the rules of evidence;
- Observation and critique of appellate or trial court argument, or
- Brainstorming case strategy in preparation for trial.
Strategy visualization for business
Charles Kahn takes a practical, down to earth approach to business strategy development. He learns the facts, studies alternative approaches, checks on what has worked elsewhere and brainstorms with key participants to propose appropriate action.
Charles has an extensive background in business management. Prior to election as judge he served as attorney to many small business owners and helped them establish and build their operations. As attorney and judge he’s been involved in the toughest business challenges. Charles has also had hands-on experience, as owner operator of four businesses himself.
Charles is available to serve as a member of corporate boards or to develop options for the resolution of particular challenges.