With in-depth readings, interactive elements, fillable stipulation forms, and over an hour of audio-visual content presented in digestible segments, this multimedia learning experience provides strategies for identifying evidentiary needs, planning for its introduction, responding to admissibility objections, and more.
Credits: 1 General, 0 Diversity/Inclusion PR, 0 MH/SA PR, 0 Other PR
Introducing evidence at trial involves both technical and stylistic elements. To ensure the trier of fact considers all pertinent evidence, practitioners diligently identify potential sources, develop a plan for presenting at trial, and successfully defend admissibility. This blended learning module includes perspectives from volunteer faculty and authors across many practice areas who offer lessons learned from years of experience, including:
- the requirements and benefits of laying the proper foundation for evidence;
- rules governing the admissibility of evidence;
- options for managing and presenting evidence; and
- strategies for making and responding to evidentiary objections.
With over an hour of audio-visual content presented in digestible segments, interactive elements, and fillable stipulation forms, this dynamic learning experience is designed to meet “just-in-time” practice needs and to fulfill annual MCLE requirements.