NFL Legend Joe Montana is National Trial Lawyer Awards Luncheon Keynote Speaker Posted on September 7, 2016 by Larry Bodine Reply Four-time Superbowl-winning quarterback Joe Montana will be the keynote speaker at the Trial Lawyer Awards & Recognition Luncheon on Monday, February 6, in South Beach Florida. Twice named the NFL’s Most Valuable Player, Joe led the 49ers to four Super Bowl wins, earning three Super Bowl Most Valuable Player awards. He was selected to eight Pro Bowls and named All-Pro five times. Joe retired from professional football in 1995 and in recognition of his achievements he was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2000. He now brings his lessons of preparation, teamwork and performance under pressure to attorney audiences as a popular motivational speaker. 60 of the nation’s top speakers Click to register for the NTL Summit at Loews Miami Beach Hotel. Benefits of attending the NTL Summit include: An impressive lineup of more than 60 of the nation’s top speakers covering the latest trends, new case types and topics. Earn a year’s worth of CLE credits in three days (24+ CLE hours & 3 Live Ethics hours) Get new referrals. Engage with America’s most influential and respected trial lawyers on major projects of interest. Words of Wisdom from The Trial Lawyer Hall of Fame—Gain insight from top trial lawyers in American history. Sunday, February 5th, 6:00 p.m. — Super Bowl 51 Kick-Off Party with fabulous food and drinks. Tuesday evening, February 7th—President’s Reception—Join NTL President Tom Girardi and President-Elect Christian Searcy with live band and entertainment by Don Felder formerly of The Eagles! A winner and a leader Widely considered the best NFL quarterback of all time, Joe Montana personifies performance excellence and personal integrity both on and off the field. Yet the word most closely associated with him is not winner — it’s leader. Joe Montana and the San Francisco 49ers won four Super Bowls and were the team of the 1980s. What they accomplished in football may never be equaled. Montana won more than 70 percent of the games he started during his 16-year career with the team and he is the all-time NFL Leader in quarterback ratings. Known for his agility, his vision, his extreme accuracy as a passer and his capacity to retain and act upon staggering loads of information, Montana’s excellence as a player is legendary. He is one of the toughest quarterbacks ever to play the game and his trademark was unflappable poise in the clutch. “Joe Cool,” as he was sometimes tagged, played with the same calm determination whether it was a scrimmage or the fourth quarter of the Super Bowl. Joe is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame, where he received a Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing. He lives with his family in California.