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Must have non-MAC laptop for use in class
Students explore through lecture, demonstration, and discussion the accumulation, organization, and presentation of proof in the high-tech courtroom. The course includes an examination of evidentiary and procedural rules as they relate to visual advocacy, computer technology, and digital graphics. Students organize electronically stored information using CaseMap, take videotaped depositions, and prepare and present visual evidence using PowerPoint graphics, and Sanction trial presentation software through various trial segments and ultimately to a mock jury in a trial presided over by a Federal Judge. Students must have a non-MAC laptop for use during class since the software can only be used in a Windows environment.
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Students must have a non-MAC laptop for use during class since the software can only be used in a Windows environment.
First Class Readings
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