2021 is quickly approaching! Whether you have a year-end CLE deadline or are looking to sharpen your civil litigation skills, here are some highlights from our fall and winter programming.
Can’t make the live broadcast?
Courses are typically available OnDemand shortly after they air.
Whether you have years of trial experience under your belt or are selecting a jury for the first time, learn how to ask the right questions, maximize cause strikes, handle juror misconduct, and more. Event Date: November 23, 2020. Duration: 7 Hours.
Learn how to effectively navigate the mediation process and resolve disputes outside the courtroom. Hone your negotiation strategy and learn how to draft a winning mediation brief. Event Date: December 7, 2020. Duration: 7 Hours.
This course provides practical guidance on the most common pitfalls attorneys face in negotiations. Event Date: December 10, 2020. Duration: 7 Hours.
This course covers everything litigators should know about building a strong case foundation during the discovery process. From deposition strategies to dealing with metadata, hone your skills on a wide variety of discovery issues. Event Date: December 28, 2020. Duration: 7 Hours.
OnDemand CLE Courses for Litigators
Learn how to effectively handle different types of witnesses at deposition and trial. Gain valuable tools for squaring off against difficult witnesses, technical experts, lying witnesses, and more. Duration: 6 Hours.
This CLE course covers everything you need to know about handling a civil trial. From trial preparation to closing arguments, get the confidence and skills you need to be an effective advocate in the courtroom. Duration: 6 Hours.
Brush up on your evidence skills! Avoid misplaced objections, admissibility oversights, hearsay pitfalls, and more. Duration: 3 Hours.
Any skilled litigator should know how to read body language and detect deception. In this program, you will learn how to evaluate truthfulness by reading body language and picking up on grammatical cues. Duration: 1 Hour.
Learn how to get essential electronic information admitted into court. This course also covers the nuts and bolts of finding, preserving, requesting, and producing ESI. Duration: 6 Hours.
Be sure to check out the NBI course catalog
for thousands of other CLE seminars to build litigation skills, learn new techniques, and to brush up on procedure while earning CLE credit.
This blog post is for general informative purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice or a solicitation to provide legal services. You should consult with an attorney before you rely on this information. While we attempted to ensure accuracy, completeness and timeliness, we assume no responsibility for this post’s accuracy, completeness or timeliness.