Trial Advocacy Mini-Series: Objections (Miami)


DATE: September 25, 2019 (MORNING COURSE)
LOCATION: University of Miami, Shalala Student Center Complex

Do objections keep you up at night?  This mini-series will teach you how to properly make and defend objections.  Our hands-on learning approach will help you to better understand the role of objections as gate keepers and allow you to practice the skill of making and defending the most common evidentiary objections.  By the end of this program, you will be able to tell your anxiety about making objections that it has been “overruled.”

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The thought of making or defending an objection can be a source of true anxiety.  “Relevance.” “Lack of foundation.” “Improper character evidence.” “Counsel testifying.”  These objections are all gate keepers that allow you to control the traffic of evidence.  This program teaches participants the role of objections as gate keepers.  Participants then practice making and defending the most common evidentiary objections.  Participants receive contemporaneous feedback from knowledgeable faculty members resulting in increased confidence and an improved skill set.

Course Information

DATE: September 25, 2019 (MORNING COURSE)


University of Miami
Shalala Student Center Complex
1330 Miller Drive
Coral Gables, FL 33146


CLE APPROVAL: This course has been approved for 3.5 CLE credits based on a 50-minute hour (7.0 hours total when taken in conjunction with the Hearsay Mini-Series).  Non-Florida attorneys, please check with your state bar for the process for receiving credit in your local jurisdiction.  Some states allow you to receive credit for out-of-state CLE courses upon proof of completion.  We will provide CLE Certificates to all participants.

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