Trial Skills - Presenting Evidence Practicum

Published by San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association and Kentucky Justice Association


Summary

Part 1) Developing the Hi-Tech and Low-Tech Demonstrative Evidence that “Goes for the Jugular”
Part 2) Getting Demonstrative and Key Evidence into the opening statement
Part 3) Calling the right witnesses for the evidence immediately after opening statement.
Part 4) Becoming a Trial Machine with Automatic Trial Reflexes
Part 5) Basics of Admissibility
Part 6) Case-in-Chief Considerations
Part 7) The Magnum Opus: Final Argument

Presenters
Robert S. Arns
ROBERT S. ARNS, is the founder of The Arns Law Firm, a 10 lawyer plaintiffs’ firm with offices in San Francisco and Reno. Bob has exclusively specialized in prosecuting plaintiff cases including consumer class actions and representing families who have had catastrophic events occur in their lives, including serious injuries and death caused by defective products, construction site incidents and other scenarios. Bob and the Arns Law Firm have resolved more than $1 Billion in cases and have...More

Originally Published

April 25, 2018


Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

  • Trial Skills - Presenting Evidence Practicum - Video
  • Trial Skills - Presenting Evidence Practicum - Slide Deck
  • Trial Skills - Presenting Evidence Practicum - Paper

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