Think Outside of the Box in Depositions, Voir Dire, Direct, and Cross-Examination
Whether you're interviewing a client, deposing a witness, questioning a potential juror, or cross-examining an expert at trial, your ability to ask the right questions in the best way is integral to getting the answers you need. Our seasoned faculty will reveal clever questioning styles and techniques that you can start using right away. Learn how to get control of the witness and steer testimony with precision - register today!
Review the top 13 questioning techniques that no litigator should do without.
Refine your deposition and cross-examination skills with tips and tactics from the pros.
Learn how to tailor your style and strategies to the "type" of witness you're questioning.
Discover how to get potential jurors to reveal biases they are hesitant to admit.
13 Questioning Techniques That Should be in Every Litigator's Arsenal
Clever Deposition Questions and Tactics
Adapting Your Style and Strategies to the Witness in Question
Voir Dire: How Seasoned Trial Attorneys Question Potential Jurors
Direct and Cross-Examination Strategies for Killer Testimony
This program has been approved by the Board on Continuing Legal Education of the Supreme Court of New Jersey for 3.60 hours of alternative format CLE credit. Of these, 0.0 qualify as hours of alternative learning format credit for ethics/professionalism. No more than 12.0 hours of alternative learning format CLE credit may be earned during a reporting period.
Glenn A Duhl is a principal in Zangari Cohn Cuthbertson Duhl & Grello P.C., representing management in employment law and litigation. He is an experienced litigator who represents his clients in trials before federal and state court judges, juries, administrative and arbitration proceedings. Representative matters include breach of contract, wrongful termination, discrimination, defamation, trade secret misappropriation, restrictive covenants, wage and hour, harassment and class action defense. Mr. Duhl also advises clients on litigation-avoidance strategies and techniques in complex and highly sensitive disputes. He previously served as an adjunct professor in moot court and trial advocacy at UCONN Law School and taught advanced employment law at the University of Hartford. Mr. Duhl is licensed in Connecticut, New York, Massachusetts and Louisiana. He earned his B.A. degree from Wesleyan University and his J.D. degree from Tulane Law School.
Ezra L. Finkle is a partner with Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith LLP in the firm's Houston office. He is a member of the general liability and transportation practices. Mr. Finkle has trial experience. He has obtained numerous dismissals by way of summary judgment and has had unfavorable rulings overturned by review and/or appeal. Mr. Finkle has taken and defended numerous depositions. He has published legal updates in both the fields of employment and medical malpractice law. Mr. Finkle earned his B.A. and J.D. degrees from Tulane University. He is a graduate of both the NITA Building Trial Skills program and the Louisiana Association of Defense Counsel Trial Academy.
Barry M Snyder is the owner of The Law Office of Barry M. Snyder, P.A. He has more than 40 years of litigation experience focusing in the fields of personal injury, wrongful death, and criminal defense. Mr. Snyder is a board certified civil trial lawyer, mediator and qualified arbitrator. He is admitted to practice in Florida as well as Federal Court - Southern Middle, Northern districts. Mr. Snyder is a member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers; a member of the Board of Directors of the Florida Justice Association; committee member of the Miami-Dade Branch of Professionalism for Attorneys; past guest speaker at University of Miami Law School, St. Thomas Law School, and Miami-Dade College; and is a trial consultant with Trial Consultants Inc. He is also a former past president of the North Dade Bar Association. Mr. Snyder earned his B.A. degree from the University of Miami and his J.D. degree from the University of New Hampshire Law School (Franklin Pierce Law Center).
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