This program, taught by Florina Altshiler, reviews the latest developments in crime scene investigation and forensic evidence science with a focus on the science behind DNA and latent prints. The course explores strategies for jury selection and trial with a particular focus on addressing the science of DNA, latent prints, and modern technology through cross-examination of experts and jury selection techniques.
Florina Altshiler is a litigation attorney specializing in labor law and premise liability matters. Her practice also includes medical malpractice and general negligence law. Previously, Ms. Altshiler worked as an Assistant District Attorney for the State of Alaska where she handled the prosecution of the highest-level felonies including homicides, sexual assaults and violent felonies through jury trial. She has prosecuted over twenty cases through jury verdict. Prior to working as a prosecutor, Ms. Altshiler honed her litigation skills at nationally recognized law firms in New York City for seven years. She has significant experience in the areas of complex medical malpractice, premises liability and construction accident litigation.
Ms. Altshiler is the managing attorney for the firm’s Buffalo, NY office.
I rarely comment on these presentations but I just want to say that Ms. Altshiler was obviousl;y very well prepared. She didn't presume any prior knowledge of those watching and I learned a lot. I will look for other classes presented by her. One of the very best that I've signed up for on Lawline. Thank you.
A thorough and detailed presentation. Well done.
nice and crisp prsentation
Well Done! Slides very important
professor was good
Outstanding content and expertise.