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The Art of Voir Dire: A Guide for the Novice Attorney and the Seasoned Professional

SKU: SKL1100
Total Credits
4.5
Incl. 1 Ethics
Price$200
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Description

The importance of Jury Selection is frequently overlooked by experienced attorneys when commencing a trial. For the novice attorney, the prospect of selecting a jury can be a daunting undertaking. This CLE program will discuss the rudiments of jury selection beginning with knowing whether the case is ready to proceed, knowing how to go about dealing with your adversary, and knowing what to do and ask when questioning potential jurors.

The program, presented by Edward J. Anthony, an attorney with over thirty years of trial experience, begins with an overview of jury selection in terms of the rules and the items about jurors on which to focus. That overview is followed by sample jury selection questioning from both the plaintiff’s and defendant’s points of view in a civil personal injury trial. Finally, there is discussion of ethical considerations concerning jury selection, case preparation, dealing with courts and adversaries, as well as the impact of social media on the process.

Lecturer Bio

Edward J. Anthony, Esq.

Edward J. Anthony, Esq. began trying cases in April 1983 in the Bronx Tort Division of NYC Law Department where he rose to the rank of deputy borough chief. In September 1989, Ed began working as a senior trial associate for a law firm. His first plaintiff's verdict awarded was in excess of one millions dollars, a sum that was upheld by the appellate division. In 1993 Ed won a huge lead paint verdict in a case called Hancock V. 330 Hull. At the time it was the second largest single lead poisoning case in the country. In 1997 Ed started his own practice. He handles police misconduct, labor law, medical malpractice, severe injury traffic accident cases, defective product matters and lead paint cases. If you have questions feel free to reach out to Ed on his direct number 917-365-6005.



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