The UT Law Board of Advocates Presents a Panel Discussion: How to Conduct Difficult Witness Examinations
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- February 23, 2021
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Join the UT Law Board of Advocates as we host a panel discussion on the topic of conducting difficult witness examinations. Experienced trial attorneys will share their experience and insights on preparing for and conducting direct- and cross-examinations of children, victims of violent crime, mentally or physically disabled individuals, and other individuals that require particular sensitivity. A Q&A period will follow the initial discussion, so feel invited to ask questions. The panel will be moderated by Trial Advocacy Director Tracy McCormack, and the panelists will be experienced trial attorneys who also teach in the trial advocacy program at UT Law: Jay Ellwanger David Gonzalez, and David Henderson. Zoom link: https://utexas.zoom.us/j/6180846380.
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- Texas Law students
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- Board of Advocates
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