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LAW 5407: Trial Advocacy - 2201

Trial Advocacy
Class Term:
Fall Term 2019-2020
Catalog Number:
5407
Class Number:
13544
Class Schedule:
Tuesday
4:30 pm
6:20 pm
Room:
Teplitz Moot Courtroom
Professor(s): Type:
Lecture
Credits:
2 (2 Contact, 0 Field)
Graduation Requirements:
Professional Skills
Experiential Learning
Priority:
Limited Enrollment - 3rd Year Priority
Full Year Course:
No
Category:
Standard Courses

Grading Details

Grading will be based on class performance as well as participation in critique sessions.

Prerequisites

Description

A course devoted to the art of presentation and persuasion in the courtroom. Students will be engaged in preparation for, and performance of, all basic phases of a typical trial including jury selection, opening statements, direct examination, cross examination, techniques for introducing evidence, closing argument, etc. Emphasis will be on actual performance of mock problems in a true courtroom setting, as well as instructor's critique of those performances.

Trial Advocacy