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Prequisite: Evidence and Criminal or Civil Trial Advocacy
A practical course designed to enrich students' understanding of the Federal Rules of Evidence and their application in a trial setting. Through a series of in-class exercises, which simulate witness examinations, students will develop the skills to admit and exclude evidence at trial. The students play the roles of attorney, witness, and sometimes judge during in-class exercises. In addition, students will learn how evidentiary rules can be used strategically and how to reconcile ethical issues in the trial context.
Textbooks and Other Materials
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First Class Readings
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