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Trial Evidence 2015: Advocacy, Analysis, Illustrations

Trial Evidence 2015: Advocacy, Analysis, Illustrations

Trial Evidence 2015: Advocacy, Analysis, Illustrations
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April 1, 2015 | 9:00 AM - 4:45 PM ET
Spotlight on JAMS Speaker: Hon. Helen Freedman (Ret.)

Why You Should Attend

Trial Evidence features a unique blend of evidentiary doctrinal analysis and practical application. You will learn about fundamental evidence law, as well as important recent trends and developments.

Program Format

Numerous evidentiary issues will be illustrated by actual cases, movies, and novels.The program faculty is highly experienced and accomplished, including a professor of evidence, a litigator, and a federal district court judge who has taught trial evidence for many years.

What You Will Learn

Some of the subjects expected to be covered include:

  • Changes in Federal Rules of Evidence; Supreme Court developments
  • Fundamental principles of evidence law
  • Important new trends and developments in federal evidence law
  • Important New York evidence distinctions and developments
  • Recognizing hearsay and its exceptions in the heat of the trial
  • Developments in expert testimony
  • The “View from the Bench”

Who Should Attend

This program is a “must” for the trial lawyer who needs a practical understanding of the Federal Rules of Evidence and the experienced trial attorney who must keep up to date on the law of evidence.

PLI New York Center
1177 Avenue of the Americas (2nd Floor, entrance on 45th St.)
New York, NY 10036

For a complete agenda and to register, please visit the Trial Evidence 2015: Advocacy, Analysis, Illustrations event page.

Featured People

Hon. Helen E. Freedman (Ret.)
  • Appellate
  • Business Commercial
  • Class Action & Mass Tort
  • Construction Defect
  • Employment Law
  • Governmental & Public Agency
  • Insurance
  • Personal Injury
  • Pharmaceuticals & Mass Torts
  • Professional Liability
  • Real Property
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