Even the most considered, carefully documented discipline can look very different through the lens of arbitration. Presenting an effective disciplinary case requires not just presenting your evidence, but doing so in a narrative and thematic framework that hangs together and makes sense. This session’s presenters demonstrate how an advocate takes a set of facts and develops a theory, and how an arbitrator might view that theory. You’ll learn which types of case theories are persuasive, and which are not. And you’ll have the opportunity to practice developing and testing your own case theories before the presenters.