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Title: Administrative Hearings: What Works and What Doesn’t – An ALJ’s Perspective
Categories: Administrative Law
Instructors: Hon. Karen J. Brandt, Hon. Catherine B. Frink
Credit Hours: 2
Video Description:

2-hours MCLE credit. Viewing Time: 120 minutes

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In this Administrative Hearings presentation, ALJs Karen Brandt and Presiding Judge Catherine Frink shared their perspectives on various types of practice issues including:

What are the ALJ's concerns are at hearing?

How can agency counsel make pleadings more effective?

How can respondent's counsel address the problem of defending on the merits while also providing evidence of rehabilitation?

How can the parties work together to improve the process and provide greater clarity for the ALJ?

What to consider in preparing and presenting exhibits?

Discussion also included courtroom etiquette, expert witnesses, and settlement conferences. This is the second of a two-part series.

This online course meets the criteria for participatory credit as verified by the Sacramento County Public Law Library, an approved State Bar of California MCLE provider. State Bar of California MCLE Rules & Requirements (2.72).

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