Making Objections Workshop 2024

On-your-feet training on when to object—and when to stay silent

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  • CLE Credits, earn up to:
    5 substantive credits, 0 ethics credits CLE Credit Note
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    Knowing when to make objections, and how to support and oppose them, is a vital courtroom skill. Equally important is knowing when to keep silent. In this program, expert litigators teach you not only how to understand the proper grounds for making objections—and how to effectively argue and oppose them—but also how to decide when it is in your best interests to do so. Attend this workshop in-person in Boston to take advantage of the exclusive opportunity to test your knowledge in a mock courtroom setting, where you can try out the skills you have learned and get essential feedback on your performance.

    OnlinePass subscribers: Use your annual Plus 1 benefit to attend this workshop for free, contact Customer Service to register.

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    Michael P. Sams, Esq., Kenney & Sams, PC, Southborough


    Hon. Rosemary Connolly, Superior Court, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Boston
    Jack W. Pirozzolo, Esq., Sidley Austin LLP, Boston