During Irving Younger’s illustrious career, tens of thousands of lawyers, judges, law students and even lay people packed meeting rooms to hear his exceptional presentations on trial practice and advocacy. That popularity endures.
Following undergraduate studies at Harvard, Younger earned his law degree from New York University Law School. During his career, he served as Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York and was Judge of the Civil Court of the City of New York. He worked in three private firms, including the Washington D.C. firm of Williams & Connelly. Younger was also a Professor of Law at New York University Law School and at the University of Minnesota School of Law.
Throughout his distinguished career, Younger was at the forefront in his commitment to the legal profession, writing countless articles for major law and lay journals and recording seven CLE programs and five speeches, available on audio and video exclusively from P.E.G.(r)
Younger’s wide and varied background, together with his dynamic talent, provide a universal appeal that is the basis for his unparalleled reputation for excellence in continuing legal education.
Professor Steve Easton introduces this program by updating the few changes in law and procedure that have been enacted since the original Irving Younger recording.
Federal Evidence Rule 802 – the Hearsay rule – is applied more than any other rule of evidence, yet hearsay and its exceptions are widely misunderstood. In this program, Younger’s expert guidance will help you acquire the tools to recognize hearsay, identify common mistakes surrounding it, and successfully argue objections.
Highlights (3 hours)
Recognizing evidence that sounds like hearsay but isn’t
Using the principal exceptions to your advantage
A perspective on the future of the rule against hearsay
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improved after completion of any P.E.G.® seminar, we will refund your course tuition.