On-Demand Course Bundle Details

12-Hour On-Demand Bundle for Litigators - 2021

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Overview

An easy, affordable, AND practical way for litigators to earn a year's worth of CLE A collection of 11 varied courses, totaling 12.5 hours of North Carolina CLE credit - all dealing with litigation-related topics, including trial testimony, ephemeral evidence, tort remedies for invasion of privacy, jury selection, direct-examination, cross-examination, online defamation, and much more.  Includes 2 hours of ethics credit.  Also includes 1 hour of North Carolina Technology CLE credit!

* Remember - North Carolina attorneys are required to earn one hour of approved "Substance Abuse/Mental Health" CLE credit ONCE EVERY 3 YEARS.  If you also need Substance Abuse/Mental Health credit this year, just call us at 1-800-874-8556, and we'll substitute an approved Substance Abuse/Mental Health course into this bundle at no extra charge.

If you would rather hand-pick the individual courses in your On-Demand CLE Bundle, you can create your own Custom Bundle and choose from our growing library of individual courses!   Just go back and select "Build a Custom Bundle" (rather than clicking simply "On-Demand Bundles").

Format(s)

Online Video or Audio (MP3) Download

Credit Hours

Technology Training Credits: 1
General Credits: 9.25
Ethics Credits: 2.25

Total Credits: 12.5

Courses Included

Ephemeral Evidence: The Challenge of Disappearing Communications

Speaker(s):

William R Newman of The University of Southern Mississippi

Description:

A look at the emerging law on how to deal with evidence that, by its nature, disappears soon after its creation (including Snapchat and other disappearing message apps).


Technology Training Credits: 1

Jury Selection: A Practical Approach

Speaker(s):

Stephen D Heninger of Heninger, Garrison & Davis

Description:

Noted trial attorney Steve Heninger offers practical advice on the art of jury selection.


General Credits: 1

Trial Testimony: Preparing Your Witnesses

Speaker(s):

Keith D. Obert of Obert Law Group

Description:

A follow-up to our popular course on "Preparing Your Client for Deposition," this course looks at the differences and challenges when preparing your witnesses for courtroom testimony.


General Credits: 1

Litigator's Toolkit #6: Cross Examination

Speaker(s):

William R Newman of The University of Southern Mississippi

Description:

A quick overview of "Do's and Don'ts" for Effective Cross Examination


General Credits: 1

Hot Topics in Ethics

Speaker(s):

William R Newman of The University of Southern Mississippi

Description:

A speedy review of some of the trending topics in lawyer ethics.


Ethics Credits: 1

Tort Remedies for Invasion of Privacy

Speaker(s):

William R Newman of The University of Southern Mississippi

Description:

An overview of the various civil tort actions that might be available to the Plaintiff who has been the victim of high-tech invasion of privacy.


General Credits: 1.25

Effective Direct-Examination (and More)

Speaker(s):

Keith D. Obert of Obert Law Group

Description:

Tips on mastering the deceptively tricky art of direct and cross examination.


General Credits: 1.25

Great Trials in History, Part 1

Speaker(s):

William R Newman of The University of Southern Mississippi

Description:

A fun -- but practical -- way to earn your CLE hours! Billy Newman looks at centuries of great trials and demonstrates that these historic cases can teach us a lot about good lawyering today.


General Credits: 1.25

Ethics of Diligence & Time Management

Speaker(s):

William R Newman of The University of Southern Mississippi

Description:

The ethics rules and case law on Rule 1.3 of the Model Rules of Professional Conduct.


Ethics Credits: 1.25

Recent Developments in Federal Law - 2020

Speaker(s):

William R Newman of The University of Southern Mississippi

Description:

Our annual review of significant new case law, statutes, regulations, and court rules at the federal level (through the end of the Supreme Court term in June 2020).


General Credits: 1.5

Online Defamation Law: The New Era of "Twibel"

Speaker(s):

William R Newman of The University of Southern Mississippi

Description:

A review of the law that relates to libel and slander actions arising out of defamatory postings on the Internet.


General Credits: 1