Litigation Bundle [BUN18LIT]

Litigation Bundle [BUN18LIT]

Duration: 15 hours, 34 minutes
Credits: Ethics: 2.50, Law & Legal Procedure: 10.25, Other: 3.00
List Price:    $699.00
Purchase Agreement
All components of this bundle were presented as, or as part of, a live CLE or webcast. If you attended the live seminar or webcast, or purchased and viewed the recorded versions of any of the components of the bundle, you are not able to claim the same credits again. Please review the CLEs in the bundle to make sure you have not previously claimed credit for them.

View components by April 30, 2020.

All components of this bundle are delivered as streaming video.

BUNDLE CONTENTS Effective Tools for the 21st Century Litigator
Original Program Date:   September 21, 2016

In this recorded seminar, get the information you need to know to keep your litigation tools sharp and effective, from efficient trial prep procedures to crisp openings and closings.(Full program agenda and faculty) Building a Persuasive Case Theory and Arming Key Witnesses to Present It
Original Program Date:   August 31, 2017

This recorded seminar draws on jury research conducted across the country in order to identify key elements of a persuasive case theory. It also focuses on bridging common gaps between effective case theories and the performances of key witnesses in deposition and at trial.(Full program agenda and faculty) Voir Dire and the Art of Jury Persuasion
Original Program Date:   August 11, 2017

This recorded seminar brings together seasoned litigators and sitting trial court judges to refresh you on the governing rules and the ethical considerations in jury selection.(Full program agenda and faculty) The Ethics of Civil and Criminal Investigations
Original Program Date:   December 8, 2016

This recorded session was presented as part of the live seminar and webcast, 14th Annual Law of Lawyering Conference – Day 2, recorded on December 8, 2016, in Seattle, WA.

Investigating a criminal case requires the defense team—lawyers; paralegals; investigators—to navigate a shifting maze of issues. Technology, witnesses, and gathering evidence present constitutional and evidentiary knots to untie. Each also gives rise to professional ethics quandaries. Explore these quandaries in this recorded session. (Full program agenda and faculty)

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