This was a half-day program by the Judicial College of Maryland for sitting Orphans’ Court Judges covering a wide array of evidentiary rules that routinely arise in Orphans’ Court proceedings. The topics included the operation and evidentiary effect of Will attestation clauses, the admissibility of surrounding circumstances evidence to assist in Will interpretation, the boundaries of the attorney-client privilege in Will contests, the application of the hearsay rule and the dead man’s statute in Orphans’ Court proceedings.