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Evidence and Family Law (An AAML-IL Program, Powered by IICLE)

Learn best practices for handling various types of evidence in family law cases. From start to finish, this course offers crucial insights into essential principles of evidence in the context of a family law case, including the rule against hearsay, common foundational issues at trial, authenticating digital evidence, the preservation of evidence, and perspectives from judges in a multitude of Illinois jurisdictions on how to handle evidence issues in the courtroom.
Credits: 0 General, 0 Diversity/Inclusion PR, 0 MH/SA PR, 3.5 Other PR


Using Illinois Evidence Rules
Learn a proposed system for quick analysis of evidentiary issues centering on the rule against hearsay (state and federal).
Steven N. Peskind, Peskind Law Office, P.C., St. Charles*

Laying Foundation for Evidence in Family Law Cases
Learn how to lay the proper foundation for admitting evidence and overcome evidentiary issues frequently encountered at trial.
Steven N. Peskind, Peskind Law Office, P.C., St. Charles*

Authentication of Electronic Evidence
Understand how to authenticate various types of electronic evidence and overcome your opponent’s objections to its admission at trial.
Raiford D. Palmer, Sullivan Taylor, Gumina & Palmer, P.C., Naperville*

Spoliation and Preservation of Electronic Evidence
Appreciate the ethical rules concerning the preservation of evidence and learn how to avoid spoliation claims.
Adam Kibort, Grund & Leavitt, P.C., Chicago*

Views from the Bench 
Get the judicial perspective and myriad practice tips about how to handle evidence.
Hon. Edward A. Arce, Circuit Court of Cook County, Chicago
Hon. Linda E. Davenport, Circuit Court of DuPage County, Wheaton
Hon. Elizabeth D. Hoskins Dow, Circuit Court of Will County, Joliet
Hon. Elizabeth K. Flood, Circuit Court of Kane County, St. Charles
Hon. Jeffrey L. Hirsch, Circuit Court of McHenry County, Woodstock*
Hon. Timothy J. McJoynt, Circuit Court of DuPage County, Wheaton
Hon. Abbey Fishman Romanek, Circuit Court of Cook County, Chicago

* Fellow, American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers

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SKU: P1999-19E
$229.00 or 3.50 credits
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Using Illinois Evidence Rules
Learn a proposed system for quick analysis of evidentiary issues centering on the rule against hearsay (state and federal).
Steven N. Peskind, Peskind Law Office, P.C., St. Charles*

Laying Foundation for Evidence in Family Law Cases
Learn how to lay the proper foundation for admitting evidence and overcome evidentiary issues frequently encountered at trial.
Steven N. Peskind, Peskind Law Office, P.C., St. Charles*

Authentication of Electronic Evidence
Understand how to authenticate various types of electronic evidence and overcome your opponent’s objections to its admission at trial.
Raiford D. Palmer, Sullivan Taylor, Gumina & Palmer, P.C., Naperville*

Spoliation and Preservation of Electronic Evidence
Appreciate the ethical rules concerning the preservation of evidence and learn how to avoid spoliation claims.
Adam Kibort, Grund & Leavitt, P.C., Chicago*

Views from the Bench 
Get the judicial perspective and myriad practice tips about how to handle evidence.
Hon. Edward A. Arce, Circuit Court of Cook County, Chicago
Hon. Linda E. Davenport, Circuit Court of DuPage County, Wheaton
Hon. Elizabeth D. Hoskins Dow, Circuit Court of Will County, Joliet
Hon. Elizabeth K. Flood, Circuit Court of Kane County, St. Charles
Hon. Jeffrey L. Hirsch, Circuit Court of McHenry County, Woodstock*
Hon. Timothy J. McJoynt, Circuit Court of DuPage County, Wheaton
Hon. Abbey Fishman Romanek, Circuit Court of Cook County, Chicago

* Fellow, American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers

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Program Date2/18/2019
Products specifications
Program Date2/18/2019
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