Fact Witness Deposition (see course description for Saturday meeting times) (LAW-733-001)
Karl Pilger, Zol Rainey
Meets Monday, June 3 and Wednesday, June 5 from 6:00pm - 9:30pm and on Saturday June 8 from 9:00am - 4:30pm. Civil Procedure is a pre-requisite
This intensive course includes short lectures and demonstrations by faculty on how to prepare for, take, and defend fact witness depositions followed by in-class depositions by students and webcast review. Students practice taking and defending depositions and receive immediate critique and feedback from the instructors. Offered during the Litigation Skills Summer Institute.
Textbooks and Other Materials
The textbook information on this page was provided by the instructor. Students should use this information when considering purchases from the AU Campus Store or other vendors. Students may check to determine if books are currently available for purchase online.
COURSE READER: Available on MyWCL.
Witness statements and exhibits from Addison v. Peyton (Second Edition 2016) Civil Case File (NITA).
First Class Readings
Prior to coming to class:
Watch the video clip entitled “Ethics of Witness Prep” located on the MyWCL class site under the Audio and Video link to the left side of the site.
Send an email by noon on Monday, June 3, to firstname.lastname@example.org with your answers to the quiz about the case file and ethics video.
Read: Addison v. Peyton case file (2d ed. 2016)
Posted on MyWCL:
Successful First Depositions, Chapter 2, Taking a Deposition.
The Effective Deposition, Chapter 8, Questioning Techniques.
Use your MyAU username and password to access the syllabus in the following format(s):