Workshops

Evidence Refresher: Hearsay

Thursday, October 13th, 2022, 4:00 – 5:00 PM ET|1:00 – 2:00 PM PT

Overview

With the possible exception of presumptions, the hearsay rule is usually viewed as the most complex of all the evidence rules. Trial judges customarily are forced to deal with hearsay objections from the bench without the benefit of briefs, and if you’ll forgive the pun, the hearsay is trying. Join long-time Evidence teacher, William & Mary Chancellor Professor Fred Lederer for a pragmatic review of the hearsay rule. Although everyone is welcome, this workshop is especially intended for judges.

Please register by giving your name, title and court through the link above or by calling 757-221-2494 by October 11th, 2022.

By registering for this workshop, you consent to the recording of audio and video from this workshop and to publication of that recording on the Center for Legal & Court Technology’s password-protected Court Affiliates website.

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Past Workshops

2022

Ransomware Protection – April 21, 2022

Livestreaming of Courtroom Proceedings – April 14, 2022

E-Signature Efficiencies: Using Adobe Sign with Microsoft Teams for a Better Judicial Experience –

February 9, 2022


2021

Virtual Criminal Bench Trial: Demonstration and Discussion – January 26, 2021

Jury Evidence Recording Systems (JERS) Demonstration – March 25, 2021

Establishment of and Use of Courtroom Wi-Fi Networks – October 6, 2021

Court Use of Social Media – December 10, 2021


2020

Bridging the Judge-Administrator-Technologist Communication Gap – February 27, 2020

Coping with the Pandemic: Possible Use of Remote Hearings – March 26, 2020

Navigating the Fast Lane of COVID-19 Courtroom Technology – October 8, 2020

Establishing Protocols, Minimum Requirements, and Best Practices for

Virtual Appearances, Hearings, and Trials – November 19, 2020


2019

Assisting Self-represented Litigants via Online Sources and Video Materials – October 3, 2019

Online Dispute Resolution: Present and Future – November 14, 2019

This content has been updated on September 22, 2022 at 10:42 am.