Evidence Basics

Evidence Basics for Paralegals, Technologists, and other Legal Professionals

Three (3) 90 minute sessions online

Dates:  April 10th, 12th, & 15th, 2013 from 4:00 – 5:30 p.m. EDT/1:00 -2:30 p.m. PDT

$299.00  (Register early for a 10% discount:  EB10)

4.5 NALA and NFPA CLE Credits approved

(Upon course completion, Certificate will be issued by CLCT). 

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LEGAL PROFESSIONALS:  The rules of evidence, although basic in structure, can be very complicated in application. As a legal professional, understanding these rules will improve your ability to work in the legal field. This course takes a more in-depth look into the

  • concept behind the rules of evidence,
  • general categories of these rules and
  • assumption’s or consequences that result

It will develop the categories and types of information allowed in court, what is not allowed, and why. Professor Fred Lederer, Chancellor Professor of Law at William & Mary Law School, and Director of the Center for Legal & Court Technology (CLCT), will take you through three (3) 90 minute sessions that delve into the

  • relevancy
  • reliability
  • limitations in the rules of evidence.

Enroll now for CLCT’s on-line class that further examines the topic of Evidence and earn paralegal CLEs. This $299.00 course is separated into three (3) 90 minute sessions held on April 10th, 12th, & 15th, 2013, from 4:00 – 5:30 p.m. EDT/1:00 – 2:30 p.m. PDT.


Professor Lederer’s areas of specialization include legal technology, evidence, technology-augmented trial practice, and electronic discovery and data seizures. He is the author or co-author of twelve books, numerous articles, and two law related education television series. As Founder and Director of CLCT, Professor Lederer is responsible for the McGlothlin Courtroom at the College of William & Mary Law School, the world’s most technologically advanced educational trial and appellate courtroom.


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