Family Advocate Vol. 29, No. 3: Electronic Evidence: The Essential Tools
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Family Advocate Vol. 29, No. 3: Electronic Evidence: The Essential Tools

Family Advocate Vol. 29, No. 3: Electronic Evidence: The Essential Tools
Product Code: 51311002903
Publication Date: January 2007
ISBN: 0163-710X
Page Count: 48
Sponsoring Entities: Section of Family Law
Topics: Evidence, Family Law, General Practice
Format: Periodicals - 51311002903
Pricing: $12.95 (Regular)
About the Magazine

This issue of Family Advocate provides the "nuts and bolts" of how to implement discovery and to use forms, checklists, and helpful procedures to obtain and preserve electronic evidence. Designed to be a working tool for the practictioner who is now confronted with the expanding field of electronic evidence, this issue covers everything from hiring an expert, to the new federal rules on e-discovery, to decoding e-mail messages and much more.

For a detailed listing of what's inside this issue, check out the Table of Contents below.

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Perfect for CLE!

This issue of Family Advocate is perfect for your state, local, or in-house continuing legal education programs that focus on electronic evidence. Evidentiary issues, forms, checklists, sample direct and cross questions are included.

For more information about using Family Advocate articles in your CLE programs, e-mail Deborah Eisel.

For other CLE ideas, visit our Family Advocate CLE page.

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