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Kristen Gibbons Feden Teaches Course for Temple University’s LL.M. Trial Advocacy Program

August 16, 2018
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PHILADELPHIA – Stradley Ronon Associate Kristen Gibbons Feden taught a course for Temple University’s LL.M. Trial Advocacy Program on August 7 in Philadelphia. Feden’s course focused on closing arguments. Temple University’s LL.M. in Trial Advocacy curriculum integrates the development of theory and theme, persuasive storytelling, extemporaneous speech and effective use of technology in the courtroom.

Feden concentrates her practice on complex commercial and class-action litigation and white-collar defense. Prior to joining Stradley Ronon, she was Assistant District Attorney in the Trials Division of the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office, where she served as captain of the Elder Abuse Unit and the Domestic Violence Unit, and as a member of the Sex Crimes Unit. During her tenure in the District Attorney’s Office, Feden investigated and prosecuted all types of criminal cases, including cases of abuse, neglect, rape, sexual violence, internet crimes against children, financial exploitation against elders and homicides. Her most notable case was Commonwealth v. William H. Cosby, where she played a critical role in the first trial, which resulted in a hung jury, and the second trial where a conviction was attained.

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