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Writing Introductions - Starting Off on the Right Foot - Shared screen with speaker view
mandeep pooni
45:55
Is this a good question: Is it relevant/helpful to infuse statistics to help the court understand the gravity of a potential outcome? For example, explaining that a tenant-defendant may become “homeless” with the use of eviction rates or lack of housing in your area.
Gayle Tamler
01:00:11
Can't see option 3
Alora Howard
01:00:48
here’s option 3 in text: The issue presented by this motion is whether summary judgment may be issued when there are disputes in material facts.
^Cori (WCLP) she/her
01:22:01
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1eMRxeMahMlWwiPwi69lrXfs9Kf3QAkPM/view
Liliana Leon
01:23:02
I have meeting over zoom with my supervisor at 3 pm so I have to sign off. Sorry. -Liliana
^David Kane
01:25:23
Let us know if you have any challenges accessing the file. Thanks!
Gerrie Schipske
01:31:23
Don't have microphone
Gerrie Schipske
01:38:57
uploaded my edits
^Cori (WCLP) she/her
01:40:57
Thanks, Gerrie!
Susan Flores
01:49:19
Hi David! Might it be a good idea to break the first sentence in the third paragraph into two and where the comma landed, starting the sentence with "but"? Would this be one of those cases where the dramatic pause is useful?
Jess Redditt
01:53:12
will this pp be available?
^Cori (WCLP) she/her
01:53:25
yes! We will email it tomorrow
TAMRA LETT - LASSD (she/her)
01:53:27
thank you!
Jess Redditt
01:53:27
Thank you! This was great!
Tania Schloss
01:53:42
Could you please put up the link again regarding extra trainings?
Eva Shen
01:53:45
Thank you!
My Linh Nguyen
01:53:46
thank you!
Susan Rodriguez
01:53:46
Thank you!