Are you making evidentiary rulings with confidence? This faculty-led online course will develop the skills needed to rule accurately on issues of hearsay, foundation, privileges and burden of proof, and make correct determinations concerning both expert witness and lay witness observation through real-world examples and interactive tasks.
Why should I take this course?
The evidence issues that an Administrative Law Judge confronts can be complex and challenging. This web course offers a convenient way to explore ways to make evidentiary rulings quickly and confidently without having to leave your docket.
What will I learn?
During this course, you will learn to:
- Apply fair hearing practices as they relate to evidentiary rulings.
- Recognize common evidentiary issues in administrative hearings.
- Apply basic principles of evidence to evidentiary issues as they arise in administrative hearings.
- Identify and use procedural tools to resolve evidentiary issues.
Who should attend?
Full-time or part-time administrative law judges from urban or rural courts, including tribal courts, will find this course valuable.
Who are the members of the faculty?
The faculty is composed of experienced administrative law judges who have a mastery of teaching online, and possess a mastery of the rules of evidence as they apply to limited jurisdiction and special courts.
How is this course taught?
Discussion assignments, writing assignments, reading, video and weekly live calls with faculty ensure this course is highly interactive, demanding, and educational. It is anticipated that you will spend between three and four hours on lessons per week, with a total of six weeks of instruction (week four is a break week). On Friday of each week of the course, the faculty will deliver a live hour-long web conference at 10 am Alaska / 11 am Pacific / 12 pm Mountain / 1 pm Central / 2 pm Eastern.
Whom should I contact for more information?
For more information, please contact the Registrar’s Office at (800) 255-8343 or email@example.com.
Qualifies as an elective in the Certificate in Judicial Development, Administrative Law Adjudication Skills program.