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CAALA Women in Law - Trial Skills Sessions: Presenting Evidence: Using Documents and Depos at Trial; Making and Overcoming Objections

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Date Published

October 21, 2020

Publisher

Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles

Subjects

Evidence, Trial Skills

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Summary

This session focuses on two important, and often overlooked, aspects of trial: 1) how to effectively utilize documents and depositions at trial; and 2) making and overcoming objections.

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Presenters

Tamara Freeze
Workplace Justice Advocates, PLC

Tamara Freeze, a 2017 CAALA Trial Lawyer of the Year Finalist, is a founding partner of Workplace Justice Advocates, PLC, a... Read More

Christa Ramey
Ramey Law, PC

Christa Ramey is an experienced trial attorney who has exclusively represented plaintiffs throughout her entire career.... Read More

Louanne Masry

Louanne Masry is founder of Masry Law Firm. Louanne litigates personal injury cases, with a focus on sexual abuse, elder... Read More

Candice Klein

Candice Klein is a founding partner of Chang|Klein LLP. Candice is intent on helping those victimized by insurance companies... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

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CAALA Women in Law - Trial Skills Sessions: Presenting Evidence: Using Documents and Depos at Trial; Making and Overcoming Objections
CAALA Women in Law - Trial Skills Sessions: Presenting Evidence: Using Documents and Depos at Trial; Making and Overcoming Objections - Paper
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Credit

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