Detection of Deception Course, June 16
June 16, 2011
8:30 - 11:50 a.m.
Stetson University College of Law
Tampa Law Center, Tampa, Fla.
Sponsored by Qverity and Stetson University College of Law
This course is an intelligence-based, interactive three-hour module designed to help attorneys identify deception throughout all forms of communication. All behaviors taught in the course are cross-cultural and cross-gender and therefore are effective with all nationalities. Participants will learn to identify verbal and nonverbal behaviors indicative of deception or lack of confidence, thus enabling the interviewer/questioner to better focus their conversations, interviews, and/or investigations on specific areas on which a given individual may be concealing or omitting information.
This course is especially useful for those in the legal profession where the ability to interview, depose and examine witnesses effectively and, at the same time, look for cues that indicate deception are critical skills.
We are approved for 2.5 hours of CLE general credits and 1 hour of ethics with The Florida Bar. Although we only apply for CLE credit in the state of Florida, we will provide you with a packet of materials at the conference if you would like to apply for CLE credit in another state. Stetson University College of Law does not pay the application fee for CLE applications in states other than Florida. For more information about CLE credits, please contact Irena Milasinovic at 727-562-7312 or firstname.lastname@example.org.