Thursday, July 6, 2017

July 7: 8 Techniques for Developing More Persuasive Narratives During Cross Examinations

Cross examination is often the most critical part of a trial. The jury is still learning about the case and actively engaged. As such, it is critically important to use cross examination as a tool to develop the foundation of the very arguments you wish to use in closing. In this webcast, you will learn tips and tricks to developing a more effective and persuasive cross examination that sounds more like a closing argument than a direct examine with leading questions. From controlling a witness to telling a more compelling story, you\'ll walk away with new tools for your next trial.
Preregistration Required!
Title:
8 Techniques for Developing More Persuasive Narratives During Cross Examinations
When/Where:
July 7, 2017
11AM Mountain time
Webcast runs live for one hour.
Speaker:
Solomon Chang
By:
National Institute for Trial Advocacy
Credit:
The sponsor states:
"Our online content is not accredited for CLE and we cannot provide a Certificate of Completion. You can apply for self-study credit by contacting your state bar organization directly. To help you with your self-study application, NITA has provided faculty biography information (via the link at the right) as well as a PDF of the PowerPoint slides, which is attached to the presentation. You can access this PDF by clicking on the link button once the presentation has begun to play. If you require verification of your attendance, please contact customerservice@nita.org"
By:
National Institute for Trial Advocacy