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Registration for Spring Semester of Fred Lane's ISBA Trial Technique Institute open

Improve your trial skills in this "learn-by-doing" program that covers all phases of trial work from both a plaintiff and defendant's viewpoint. Through this course, you will learn and practice new trial techniques that are most effective and consistent with the Federal Rules of Evidence and the new Illinois Rules of Evidence. Each session is audio-video taped so you can see and hear the improvements in your voice, manner and trial technique. The program has been proven to be of value whether your practice includes trying jury and non-jury cases, administrative hearings, arbitrations, or mediations. The course is taught and coordinated by Fred Lane and Scott LanePlease Note: Scott Lane will assume a more active role in teaching during the Spring semester along with several celebrity guest lecturers.

The Course

Fred Lane's Trial Technique Institute consists of two semesters and runs approximately four months per semester. (You may start with the semester of your choice.) The program qualifies for a total of 54 hours MCLE credit, including 54* hours PMCLE credit (27 hours MCLE/27 hours PMCLE credit per semester). Class takes place each Tuesday evening from 5:15 – 6:45 p.m. at the Illinois State Bar Association – Chicago Regional Office, 20 South Clark Street, Suite 900 (map and directions). Breaks for holiday consideration do exist.

Spring Semester: February – June

Spring Semester topics include:

  • The psychological formulae for proof of facts for both plaintiffs and defendants attorneys
  • Introducing exhibits of all types, x-rays, books of account, customs, lost instruments, depositions, telephone conversations, and experiments
  • Demonstrative evidence, refreshing memory, objections, offers of proof, hypothetical questions, medical proof, direct and cross-examination of experts, the rules and cardinal principals of cross-examination, and impeachment of witness
  • All other subjects you confront between the opening statement and closing argument

Click here for more information and to register.

Posted on Jan 04, 2017 by Morgan Yingst | Comments (0)
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