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This course will examine the mechanics of representing a client (on either side of the dispute) in Federal Court. This course will address the practical, day-to-day skills attorneys will need to exercise when in Federal Court, which skills might not necessarily be the same as those needed in court elsewhere. We will talk about everything from how to determine that Federal Court is the right place to be, to what you need to know during trial.
Michael J. Needleman, Esq.
March 5, 2019
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