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Trial Advocacy Program 13.00 Credits

Trial Advocacy Program (October 2017)


The annual WSBA Trial Advocacy Program offers an intensive trial skills training. This on-demand seminar is appropriate for attorneys working in either the criminal or civil arena with little or no trial experience. Topics cover the full cycle of a trial, including: trial ethics, objections and motions in limine, voir dire, opening statements, documentation throughout the trial, presenting evidence and demonstrative evidence, direct examination and exhibits, cross examination and redirect, and closing arguments.

New Member Price*: $149.00

Original Program Date: Oct 13, 2017
Product Code: NME181013-UMB

1.25 Ethics
11.75 Law & Legal Procedure
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Program Co-Chairs:
Casey Bruner - Floyd, Pflueger & Ringer, Seattle, WA
Kyle Mott - Counsel for Defense of Chelan County, Wenatchee, WA

AN IMPORTANT NOTE ABOUT REPORTING YOUR CREDITS: The recording of this multi-day program exceeds 8.0 hours. Pursuant to APR 11 App, Reg. 103(c): "A lawyer may earn no more than eight credits per day spend attending courses." Therefore, when reporting your CLE credits earned from listening to this program, you will need to list the start date and end date of the period during which you listened, with no single day of listening exceeding 8.0 hours. If you have questions or require further assistance, please contact our Service Center at 206-443-WSBA (9722), 800-945-wsba (9722), or

*New Member Pricing Eligibility: Members who have been admitted to practice in Washington for fewer than five years are eligible to receive new member pricing on select seminars. The New Member price will display when you login.

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