Every quarterly issue of TLC’s The WARRIOR magazine puts you in touch with the backbone of The Trial Lawyers College and the hearts of our Alumni Tribe.


The WARRIOR is TLC’s flagship publication. Through The WARRIOR, alums share discoveries and innovations using TLC methods. Readers stay connected to the College and take away new suggestions for incorporating TLC methods into their work. Stand in courtrooms all across the country with our graduates as they recount the use of our formidable method in action. Feel these experiences as you share the triumphs and ordeals related by the best trial lawyers in the world. Experience the touching narratives and poetry of our Tribe. Learn and grow from the reports of the work done by our Local Working Groups. Brainstorm with other Alums over what can be found in this singular and powerful publication. Discover the story in your own case and your place in it.

The WARRIOR is one more way in which TLC alums teach and connect with each other – you can become part of that connection by subscribing, by reading, and by joining the ranks of alums who have written for this terrific publication. Please support The WARRIOR through your subscription, and through your own submissions for publication.


Warriors, with your $40.00 subscription, once released from the press, the current issue is delivered to your door four times a year. In addition, as an alumnus, your subscriber status gives you access to the online, searchable archive of all articles published since 2002.


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The 2020 Spring Issue of The WARRIOR has hit the press!

The spring issue of TLC's quarterly magazine, The WARRIOR, is on its way to mailboxes. This issue focuses on civil practice issues, and we are again offering two FREE sample articles for download:


Other articles available to subscribers include:

  • Creative Methods for Focus Groups - Jessica Andrew
  • The Cutting Room Floor: Finding the Story in Complex Cases - Nicole Quintana & Michael Mihm
  • The Living Room Lawyer: Settling Injury Cases in the Age of Coronavirus - Steve Benedetto
  • Justice Delayed, But Would Not be Denied: An Eight-Year Journey to Exhume the Truth - Jeff Roberts
  • Finding and Working with Experts - Suzie Mindlin
  • Discovering the Story of a New Orleans Tragedy - Frederick “Fritz” Burkey
  • Recovering the “Excess” Judgment - Andy Vickery
  • “Greedy Clients” -Todd Kelly
  • Financial Elder Abuse - Frank Fox
  • Effective Civil Trial Skills Learned Watching a Criminal Trial - Eddie Schmidt
  • Life Outside the Blinders: Alice in First Grade Wonderland - Patty Lewis
  • Are You Dense? - John F. Carroll
  • Los Angeles Trial Lawyers Charity: Personal Injury Lawyers Giving Back - Aimee Kirby
  • Film Study for Trial Lawyers - Robert Hommel
  • Hymn and Haw: Storytelling Through Music - Eric Ganci