Litigation Skills Lunch & Learn: Tips for getting social media evidence admitted at trial

View the training via ON-DEMAND WEBCAST (taped on October 26, 2018) on your device at a place and time convenient to you (expected to be ready to watch by early November).

Participation is open to attorneys who have already accepted a pro bono commitment through a PBRC training within the past 12 months. If you have not accepted a pro bono commitment through a PBRC training within the past 12 months, and would like to participate, visit www.probonomd.org/training to accept a pro bono commitment through a PBRC training. Opportunities are statewide and through a myriad of legal services organizations.

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