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OverviewBuilding a Better Mousetrap: Critical Skills in Child Advocacy Cases
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When: 1/28/2015
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Trying juvenile delinquency and dependency cases require a particular set of trial practice and evidentiary skills. Dockets are so large and the social issues so complex that proper trial skills and evidentiary rules often get lost in the process. This Webinar seeks to address several of these issues by providing practical and concrete tools for professionally presenting cases that affect the lives of children, their parents, and our society.

To Enroll: You must enroll for this webcast through this website. Simply put the program in your shopping cart then follow the instructions to check out. This is a free presentation.

Start time: This webcast starts at 11am Mountain time and runs for 60 minutes.

Faculty: Mike Dale

CLE: Our online content is not accredited for CLE and we cannot provide a Certificate of Completion. You can apply for self-study credit by contacting your state bar organization directly. To help you with your self-study application, NITA has provided faculty biography information (via the link at the right) as well as a PDF of the PowerPoint slides, which is attached to the presentation. You can access this PDF by clicking on the link button once the presentation has begun to play. If you require verification of your attendance, please contact

**Webcast viewers may apply for continuing legal education (CLE) credit for up to two years from the original live date of the webcast.  Please view the requirements from your licensed state for the specific CLE requirements and self-reporting regulations. 

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