Spring 2017 Course Schedule

Evidentiary Foundations & Objections (Instructor Permission Required) (LAW-968-001)
Elizabeth Boals, Elizabeth Lippy

Meets: 01:30 PM - 04:10 PM (W) - Capital - Room C116

Enrolled: 16 / Limit: 16

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**Instructor permission required.** Email Prof Boals (eboals@wcl.american.edu) a short statement of interest and description of trial ad course work or litigation experience. Pre-requisites: Evidence (LAW 633) and either Criminal Trial Advocacy (LAW 694) or Civil Trial Advocacy (LAW 695).


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 exercises, which simulate pretrial motions and witness examinations, students develop the skills to advocate for or against the admissibility of evidence at trial. Evidence and either Criminal or Civil Trial Advocacy are pre-requisites for this course.

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