NY Practice Basics What I Wish I Learned in Law School Part 1 Defending Depositions, Discovery Motions, Bill of Particulars and Other Useful Tips
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May 12, 2021
New York State Academy of Trial Lawyers
This course is designed to introduce newly admitted attorneys to the basics of NY civil practice and the skills they will need as young associates. The course covers applicable rules and practical tips for defending depositions, drafting bills of particulars, and making and opposing discovery motions.Expand summary
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