The Vital Importance of the Voir Dire

June 26th, 2013 | Posted by cilliano in Education | Law | Lawyer | Marino Legal

online cleAs a qualified attorney, you’re likely familiar with the integral importance of voir dire.

What originally referred to an oath taken by jurors to tell the truth and nothing but the truth, voir dire (which stems from the Anglo-Norman language) has since become the term used to refer to the process by which prospective jurors are questioned about their backgrounds and potential biases before being selected to sit on a jury.

Learn more about the significance of the voir dire, and how best to proceed for success, by enrolling for our online CLE course, ‘An Interactive Voir Dire: The Battle Before the Battle’.

Good lawyers know that cases can be worn or lost during jury selection, and this live action demonstration shows how established litigators go about selecting a jury to optimize the chances of success. A must for litigators, this course is also an engaging and informative lecture for all attorneys, irrespective of their primary area of practice.

This course fulfills 1.50 General credits and 0.50 Ethics credits, giving a total of 2 credits towards completing NY continuing legal education requirements.

And don’t forget, we’re still offering our Summer Special – satisfy your entire CLE requirement for just $150, with this 24 credit course!

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