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Old 06-15-2017, 08:50 AM
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If you and judge disagree on something then remember that your conference judge will _NOT_ be your trial judge - you will get a different judge.
For clarity: It is only the settlement conference judge who cannot be your trial judge. You can see the case conference judge, or TMC judge, at trial.

In some jurisdictions, case conferences are held by case management masters. They can be called "Master" or "Your Honour". They wear a blue sash rather than the judicial red sash.

Other than the prudent advice set out about, it would be helpful to bring notes for your case. This way, if you find your mind goes blank under pressure you can look at the notes and remember the theory of your case.

Theory of your case - what you want and why you should get it.
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