Thursday, December 7, 2017
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Pan Pacific Hotel, 999 Canada Place, Vancouver
or attend via webinar
Who should attend: All those who interview witnesses or who want to sharpen their litigation or negotiation skills.
Learning level: All levels
When interviewing witnesses, speaking with clients, and negotiating with opposing counsel, lawyers often try to detect deception. To do so, lawyers often rely on their “gut instinct” and popular stereotypes about how liars behave when they lie. However, in recent years, scientists have shown that many popular stereotypes about liars are inaccurate. For example, liars are not more likely to avoid eye contact or be more fidgety than truth-tellers.
In this thought-provoking and practical program from former US Department of Justice attorney Michael Johnson, you will learn scientifically validated methods for detecting lies and deception.
Law Society of BC CPD Hours: 5.5 hours (Registration in this course will entitle you to a complimentary registration to any one hour CLE-TV Rebroadcast Ethics Stream as part of our 2017 Last Kick at the Can program. Completing both this course and a Last Kick at the Can CLE-TV rebroadcast on Ethics will give you 6.5 CPD hours, with one of those hours being professional responsibility and ethics, client care and relations, and/or practice management.)
Michael W. Johnson, CEO — Clear Law Institute, Washington, DC
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Registration includes an electronic copy of the course materials.
Register by Nov 9
After Nov 9
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