EVIDENCE SERIES – LEARN WHAT THE JUDGES LEARN
CPCS approved 2.0 credits per session for the YAD, YAD Appeals, Adult Criminal Trials and Adult Criminal Appeals panels. Also, the Mental Health and the CAFL panels have approved 2.0 credits for each of the first three sessions, but none for the final session.
To receive credits attendees must be logged on during the program for a minimum of 80% of the conference time. Certificates will be emailed to all attendees who were logged onto the program for at least 80% of the program time. A separate certificate will be emailed for each day.
Webinar Pricing and Options
$50 - Any one webinar (program only)
$105 - Any one webinar (with book and includes shipping)
See below on this page for registration links to individual webinars.
*SPECIAL BOOK OFFER:
The Supreme Judicial Court has designated the Flaschner Judicial Institute as the exclusive publisher of the “OFFICIAL PRINT EDITION” of the MASSACHUSETTS GUIDE TO EVIDENCE distributed to every judge in Massachusetts. The goal is to have both the trial bar and the bench “on the same page” of the SJC’s authoritative bench guide to evidence. Since this program will reference the Guide’s new and revised sections, the Flaschner Institute will offer registrants the new 2021 edition, which sells for $99, at a steeply discounted price when bundled with a program.
Evidence Webinar 1: Examination of Witnesses by Court and Jurors and Recent Decisions Addressing Relevance, Admission of Business Records, and Prior Inconsistent Statements
Date & Time: Thursday, October 7, 2021 – 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Hon. Peter W. Agnes, Jr. (ret., Massachusetts Appeals Court)
Ben Golden (Health Law Clinical Fellow, Suffolk University Law School)
Hon. Heidi Brieger (Superior Court)