Social Media, Texts, Business Records, Expert Witness Testimony and More
You can't get your evidence admitted without establishing the proper evidentiary foundations. In this practical online seminar, faculty will teach you how to lay a foundation for different types of evidence and avoid being tripped up by objections opposing counsel will throw your way. Navigate the rules of evidence with confidence - register today!
Pick up preparation pointers that will help you avoid troubles at trial.
Learn how to authenticate social media posts, texts, emails and other electronic evidence.
Find out how to establish a proper foundation for medical records, business records and more.
See how to get your expert's testimony in - and keep theirs out.
Hear how to best introduce physical evidence at trial.
Convince the court that you've satisfied the fairness requirement for demonstrative evidence.
Who Should Attend
This basic level online seminar is designed for attorneys. Paralegals may also benefit.
Essentials of Laying a Foundation
How to Authenticate Social Media Posts, Texts, Emails and More
Establishing Foundations for Business Records and Other Documentary Evidence
Laying a Foundation for Expert Witness Testimony
Introducing Physical Evidence at Trial
Demonstrative and Illustrative Evidence: Satisfying the Foundation Requirements
NBI, Inc. is an accredited sponsor with the North Carolina State Board of Continuing Legal Education. Attendance of this program will result in 6.0 hours of CLE credit, including 1.0 ethics and 1.0 technology hour.
B. TYLER BROOKS operates his own law firm, the Law Office of B. Tyler Brooks, PLLC, located in Cary and Greensboro, North Carolina. His practice focuses on constitutional law, business litigation, bankruptcy law, estate and trust issues, and state and federal appeals. Mr. Brooks previously served as a law clerk to the Honorable Bernice Bouie Donald, then-United States District Judge for the Western District of Tennessee. Prior to clerking for Judge Donald, he clerked for the Honorable Walter C. Kurtz, a Tennessee state court judge. Mr. Brooks is an adjunct professor at Trinity International University's Trinity Law School and formerly served as an adjunct legal methods instructor at the University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law. He received his J.D. degree from Vanderbilt University Law School and earned his B.A. degree, summa cum laude, from Wake Forest University where he was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa and awarded the M.D. Phillips Prize in classical languages. He also holds an LL.M. degree in tax from Villanova University's Graduate Tax Program. Mr. Brooks is admitted to practice law in North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Michigan.
JONATHAN S. DILLS is a life-long resident of Winston-Salem, North Carolina. In 1995, he founded The Law Offices of Jonathan S. Dills, P.A., in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Mr. Dills' primary practice areas are catastrophic injury and wrongful death. He is a career-long litigator. He is a member of the Forsyth and Guilford County bar associations. Mr. Dills earned his B.S. degree in business, with honors, from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; and his J.D. degree, with honors, from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
REBEKAH MORRISON is an attorney with the law firm of Dummit Fradin, Attorneys at Law, where she practices primarily in the area of family law. Ms. Morrison earned her bachelor's degree at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where she graduated with distinction and was recognized as a Buckley Public Service Scholar. She received her J.D. degree from UNC-Chapel Hill where she served as a dean's fellow, was on the Steering Committee of the Carolina Public Interest Law Organization and was awarded the Gressman-Pollitt Award for best overall oral advocacy. In 2020, Ms. Morrison was elected president of the Rockingham County Bar Association. She also served on the Steerheading Committee of the Rockingham County Mental Health and Drug Treatment Court from 2018-2020. Ms. Morrison is a member of the North Carolina State Bar.
ROBERT A. SPENCE JR. is an attorney at Spence & Berkau, P.A. He is a board certified specialist in real property law, residential transactions. Mr. Spence concentrates his practice in civil, business and real property litigation, local government law, and real property transactions. He earned his A.B. degree from Wesleyan University and his J.D. degree from the University of North Carolina. Mr. Spence is a former president of the Johnston County Bar Association, former president-elect of the 11th Judicial District Bar and former counselor for the North Carolina State Bar representing the 11th Judicial District for 11 years. He has been a member of the North Carolina State Bar Executive Ethics Committee, Grievance Committee, New Issues Committee, Executive Committee, and the Authorized Practice Committee.
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