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How to Become An Evidence Master

What You Will Learn

  • Learn a systematic approach to resolve any evidentiary issue
  • Develop automatic trial reflexes that get your evidence in and keep out your opponent’s inadmissible evidence
  • Apply this approach at trial and during the pendency of the case
  • Helpful to lawyers new to trial practice, as well as experienced lawyers looking to perfect their trial skills

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What You Will Learn

  • Learn a systematic approach to resolve any evidentiary issue
  • Develop automatic trial reflexes that get your evidence in and keep out your opponent’s inadmissible evidence
  • Apply this approach at trial and during the pendency of the case
  • Helpful to lawyers new to trial practice, as well as experienced lawyers looking to perfect their trial skills
Date Published

June 29, 2021

Publisher

San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association

Subjects

Evidence

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Summary

To be a successful trial lawyer you need to have the automatic trial reflexes to get your evidence In and keep your opponent’s inadmissible evidence out.

 

Robert Arns, veteran trial lawyer and law school professor of trial practice, will teach you how to become an Evidence Master with his systematic approach to resolving evidentiary issues. This approach can be used for any evidentiary issue, both (1) during the heat of battle and (2) during the pendency of the case.

 

Mr. Arns is the author of the best-selling publications The Evidence Wheel and The Trial Wheel.

The webinar will be valuable to lawyers new to trial practice, as well as more experienced lawyers who want to perfect their trial skills.

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Presenters

Robert S. Arns
The Arns Law Firm

Robert S. Arns, is the founder of The Arns Law Firm, a 10 lawyer plaintiffs’ firm with offices in San Francisco and Reno. Bob... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

How to Become An Evidence Master
How to Become An Evidence Master - Paper
How to Become An Evidence Master - Slide Deck
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How to Attend

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