Civil Trial Advocacy (LAW-795BP-001)
E. Christian, Jackson
Meets 7/22-28 (M-TH 6-9:30PM; SSU 9AM-4PM)
Participants learn how to prepare and conduct direct and cross-examinations, deliver effective opening statements and closing arguments, make timely objections, and lay the proper foundation to admit evidence during the course of a trial. The couse concludes with a full mock trial before a sitting judge and citizen jurors.
Textbooks and Other Materials
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Trial Techniques, Thomas A. Mauet (8th Ed., 2010) (Aspen Law) Addison v. Peyton: Civil Case File (2012) (NITA)
First Class Readings
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