Trial Advocacy Mini-Series: Hearsay (Orlando)


DATE: March 4, 2020 (afternoon)
LOCATION: Barry University -Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law

Do hearsay objections make you want to throw something?  How do you know when to properly make a hearsay objection?  How do you defend against a hearsay objection? What the heck does “offered to prove the truth of the matter asserted” even mean?  Hearsay is one of the most common topics in evidence and the source of the majority of objections.  This mini-series will teach you how to properly make and defend hearsay objections.  It will teach you what hearsay is and what it most certainly is not.  It will also teach you how to anticipate and rebut a hearsay objection with the proper exception.  You will receive practical tips and information that you can immediately use in practice.

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You know what they told you about hearsay during your Evidence course in law school, but what does it look like in practice?  Hearsay is one of the most commonly used trial objections, yet so many lawyers either use or defend it incorrectly.  It is the one objection that can have actual “layers” to it or, if not responded to properly, leave you without key evidence.  This program teaches you how to properly make and defend hearsay objections.  Our hands-on learning approach will help you to better understand the multiple layers of hearsay and how to use this objection effectively to preclude evidence.

Course Information

DATE: March 4, 2020 (afternoon)


Barry University – Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law
Legal Advocacy Center
6441 East Colonial Drive
Orlando, FL 32807


CLE Approval (Mini-Series)

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