Students Share Their Perspective About the Trial Advocacy Program
Wednesday, September 28, 2016
Arbitration Annual Lecture, Presented by Professor James R Crawford
Grossman Hall 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Connect with the Stephen S. Weinstein Program!
The Advocacy LL.M. Program is designed for recent law school graduates, lawyers looking to diversify their practice or make a career change, and more experienced litigators to expand their litigation competencies and hone practical litigation skills. Important focuses of the Advocacy LL.M. Program are the use of modern technology in litigation and the training of ethical trial lawyers.
The Institute is designed for practitioners and qualified law students interested in mastering litigation skills. The flexible two week intensive program consists of four courses. Take these courses for a Certificate or individually. Practitioners earn CLE credits. Special scholarship to available to participants continuing onto Advocacy LL.M.
The Diploma in Oral Litigation, a joint program, is designed to provide instruction on the new procedural rules in the criminal justice systems in Latin America; an introduction to the United States courts and evidence; and workshops on U.S. courtroom trial and practice skills.
Students in the Mock Trial Honor Society, Moot Court Honor Society and the Alternative Dispute Resolution Honor Society compete on a national and international stage, giving our students first-hand experience to champion what matters to them.