Yes, there are evidence “rules” that have real application in family law cases! There are also fundamental purposes that evidence law must serve in family law cases, including the need for accuracy, efficiency and fairness; reducing conflict; maintaining and encouraging family relationships; and, ensuring the best interest of the child. Knowing the rules and the principles they serve can make an important difference in your ability to anticipate the rulings you will require and as a result, the decisions you make about preparing your evidence and your witnesses. In this convenient, highly practical program, noted Law Professor Rollie Thompson, Q.C. breaks down some of the evidentiary issues that most frequently arise in family law cases. Professor Thompson provides a summary of the rule, the relevant legal authorities, and helpful procedural tips. In just 90 minutes you’ll gain fresh insights and new strategies for managing important family law evidentiary issues such as:
Impeaching and Supporting Credibility;
Illegally-Obtained Recordings and Emails; and
Privilege for Settlement
Professor Thompson will not cover evidence issues specific to child protection, but instead will focus on the general range of “private” family law cases. Whether you’re new to family law or a veteran practitioner, attending this webinar will help you better understand the principles and procedures surrounding the evidence in your next case. Register early to avoid disappointment!
Live webinar with chat includes 60 day replay. This program features real-time audio of the presenter with synchronized presentation slides, and a chat feature that allows for live Q & A.