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One Year Later: How Voir Dire Has Changed After the Elimination of Peremptory Challenges

Total Credits: 1.5 CLE

Average Rating:
Civil Litigation
Original Program Date:
Jan 18, 2023


On January 1, 2022, Arizona became the first American jurisdiction to eliminate peremptory challenges. One year after it took effect, litigators are still grappling with the new rule’s impact on voir dire and jury selection. In this seminar, a panel of seasoned trial attorneys and trial judges will discuss the history of the rule change and how it has caused their perspectives on voir dire and trial craft techniques to evolve. Additionally, Arizona Supreme Court Staff Attorney John Rogers will briefly address any new rules taking effect at the beginning of the year and any rule change petition of note.

Honorable Danielle Viola, Presiding Civil Judge, Maricopa County Superior Court
James D. Smith (Ret.), Osborn Maledon PA and former Maricopa County Superior Court Judge
Bill Klain, Lang & Klain PC
John Rogers, Staff Attorney, Supreme Court of Arizona
Callie Maxwell, Kent & Wittekind, P.C.

Program Chair: 
Will Fischbach, Tiffany & Bosco PA




Overall:      4.5

Total Reviews: 35


Adam G

"The presentation was concise but very informative. It provided me with a lot of useful information that I will use as a trial attorney going forward. "

David W

"Need more skill building"

Kaitlin S

"I liked this CLE. The subject matter was interesting to me, and the panelists were all very well-spoken."

Cathey C

"a lot of information in time frame"

Marlon B

"The presenters did a great job."

Charles M

"Good not great."

Chase R

"background info and detail was great. "

Rachel L

"New jury selection process is very important. The speakers were all equally excellent and provided very useful information. "

David W

"Besides giving direct topic information, presenters also provided practice tips that are always helpful."

Irania F

"Very informative and helpful. "