In the Courtroom: Evidence Refresher for Litigators
Author(s): Ontario Bar Association
Publication Date: November 2017
Format: shipped (hardcopy), download (PDF)

So you've made it to trial! Next, you need to ensure you know your rules of evidence. Your success at trial depends not only on the strength of your evidence, but also on your ability to get it before the trier of fact while excluding the evidence that does not support your case. Every successful litigator needs to learn how to do this properly. Our faculty of experienced litigators will ensure that you are fully up to speed on the latest common law and statutory rules of evidence.


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