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Roberts Rules of Order

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Order in the Court

This is the foundation for everything we do in court.

You will learn about motions.

You will learn which motions have priority.

If you were the only one in a room arguing for something, you could ignore the rules ... because no one is listening.

In court or a meeting where other people have their own arguments to make and objectives to achieve, you must know the rules and how to use them to your advantage.

The rules decide who wins!

The rules give you rights!

This class will show you how to demand order!

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