CPD: cross-examination webinar–1p.m. Friday 30 October 2020–recording available on-demand

$9.99

***This is a webinar recorded using Zoom on 30 October 2020.***

The original blurb for the webinar is below.  The video was created using the “record” function in Zoom, which serves up a non-HD video at 680 pixels. As noted, the video is simply a recording of the webinar. It is not edited or professionally produced.  This is reflected in the price.

Upon watching the video, please send an email to contact@remotelegalnz.com providing a clear assurance that you observed all of the webinar attentively and without disruption. Following this you will be sent a test. The test is not difficult but you will not be able to pass it if you have not watched all of the video. These are necessary threshold standards for us to impose so we can be confident when we provide a CPD certificate. From time to time we will call people to ensure compliance.

A person must have registered and paid to receive a certificate, in addition to the requirements above.

After you have placed your order, a confirmation page will open in your web browser. There will be a link to the video on that page–in white writing in a black box. Any issues, send an email to: contact@remotelegalnz.com

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Original blurb:

This is a one-hour overview session on cross-examination, delivered by experienced civil litigator Rob Latton. The session will include an outline of the key elements of the subject and then a real-life example of a cross-examination. The session is aimed at junior to intermediate level lawyers looking to improve their hearing skills. There will be time for questions. There will be brief test at the end of the session.

Registrants who observe the entire seminar and pass the test will be issued a CPD certificate.

The seminar will be delivered via Zoom. Participants are requested to mute their microphones (which will be muted by default).

Upon placing and paying for an order you will be registered for the webinar. You will be sent the details to join it.

Maximum 1000 seats.

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***This is a webinar recorded using Zoom on 30 October 2020.***

The original blurb for the webinar is below.  The video was created using the “record” function in Zoom, which serves up a non-HD video at 680 pixels. As noted, the video is simply a recording of the webinar. It is not edited or professionally produced.  This is reflected in the price.

Upon watching the video, please send an email to contact@remotelegalnz.com providing a clear assurance that you observed all of the webinar attentively and without disruption. Following this you will be sent a test. The test is not difficult but you will not be able to pass it if you have not watched all of the video. These are necessary threshold standards for us to impose so we can be confident when we provide a CPD certificate. From time to time we will call people to ensure compliance.

A person must have registered and paid to receive a certificate, in addition to the requirements above.

After you have placed your order, a confirmation page will open. There will be a link to the video on that page–in white writing in a black box. Any issues, send an email to: contact@remotelegalnz.com

***

Original blurb:

This is a one-hour overview session on cross-examination, delivered by experienced civil litigator Rob Latton. The session will include an outline of the key elements of the subject and then a real-life example of a cross-examination. The session is aimed at junior to intermediate level lawyers looking to improve their hearing skills. There will be time for questions. There will be brief test at the end of the session.

Registrants who observe the entire seminar and pass the test will be issued a CPD certificate.

The seminar will be delivered via Zoom. Participants are requested to mute their microphones (which will be muted by default).

Upon placing and paying for an order you will be registered for the webinar. You will be sent the details to join it.

Maximum 1000 seats.

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