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ADR Series: Presenting Your Case and Preserving the Award (course 6 of 6)


Presenting Your Case and Preserving the Award in Arbitration

cOURSE six OVERVIEW

Learn how to leverage the flexibility of the arbitration process to best present your case. This course will explore effective strategies and techniques during the arbitration process, such as educating the arbitrator about your case, making effective opening and closing arguments, and how to correct a mistake in your award. The program provides insights for both the advocate and the arbitrator.

THIS course WILL PROVIDE EFFECTIVE ADVOCACY TIPS FOR:

  • Educating the arbitrator
  • Effectively using demonstratives during opening statements, 
  • Creating effective pre-hearing briefs
  • Using written statements in lieu of direct examination
  • "Hot-tubbing" and other ways to handle expert testimony
  • Deciding on requests for post-hearing briefs, oral and/or written closing arguments
  • Witness examination either in-person or remotely
  • Employing reporting services
  • Remedying a slip in the award

presenters

  • Angela Foster, PhD 
  • Hon. Barbara Byrd Wecker, J.A.D. (Ret.)
  • Hon. Deanne M. Wilson, J.S.C. (Ret.)

CLE Eligibility

If you are unsure if this program has been approved in your state or have any questions about self-reporting, please click on the CLE icon to find out more or  contact us before taking the time to purchase and complete this program!

pricing

  • Members and Alumni: $30
  • Non-members: $45
Bundle pricing is available!