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North Carolina (NC) Trial Skills CLE Course Catalog

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91 minutes
Remote Jury Trials During and After the Pandemic: Constitutional and Practical Concerns - Part 2
This program focuses on practical issues, like what the jury trial will look like, how to reach remote communities to ensure fair participation, and examines the lawyers' and judges' roles.

American Bar Association

$115

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62 minutes
An Introduction to Litigation Animations and Visual Exhibits in the Courtroom
3D animations are some of the most powerful pieces of evidence available to attorneys today. They have the power to turn the complex into the simple, leaving jurors who spend their daily lives devouring visual content with a lasting memory of key arguments and evidence.

American Bar Association

$75

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92 minutes
Remote Jury Trials During and After the Pandemic: Constitutional and Practical Concerns - Part 1
Criminal trial proceedings will continue to evolve on a remote or "virtual" basis. What will those trials look like in the future? What constitutional challenges will jury trials face? This first part will address these and other issues.

American Bar Association

$115

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61 minutes
Evidence and Trial Skills in Bankruptcy
Learn concrete trial and evidentiary skills in this lively mock examination.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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91 minutes
Virtual Litigation: Mediations, Depositions, Hearings, and Trials
Join our expert panelist as they discuss practical tips for conducting virtual depositions, mediations, hearings, and trials.

American Bar Association

$115

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60 minutes
Virtually Effective - Conducting Professional and Persuasive Hearings on Remote Platforms
As Bankruptcy Courts hold hearings across a variety of remote platforms, how can attorneys and other bankruptcy professionals ensure they are most effectively representing their clients? This expert panel will discuss best practices for appearing remotely, offering tips on preparing witnesses for testimony, presenting an effective “virtual” courtroom presence, and maintaining proper courtroom etiquette in the new normal, and will also address several ethics considerations in our new "Virtual" reality.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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