Every case that goes to trial is ultimately resolved on the weight of the evidence admitted
Every family lawyer has felt the exhilaration that comes with finding that smoking gun with the potential to shape the outcome of their case. Whether it’s a post on social media, an email exchange, a pay stub, a tax return, or compelling testimony, in order to use it you must have the foundation in evidentiary practice and procedure to know how to introduce it. Or—if you are on the other side of the case—the mastery of evidence could be the difference between that evidence coming in and you keeping it out. Every case that goes to trial is ultimately resolved on the weight of the evidence admitted, and no set of facts can change that.
To practice family law, you must have the knowledge and skill necessary to effectively introduce evidence and keep evidence out. This seminar provides just that. Expert practitioners set up a number of hypothetical situations and argue before a judge for that evidence to come in, or to be kept out. Registrants have the opportunity to rule alongside the judge—in or out?
Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to be the family law judge, while honing your skills, and preparing for your next trial. This is one you can’t afford to miss.