The Trial Advocacy Program hosts skills workshops each fall. All students taking classes within the program, as well as Mock Trial Honor Society members, are required to attend. The workshops typically focus on direct and cross examinations. The workshops are led by experienced practitioners and faculty. All students who would like to learn more about the courtroom are welcome.


Cross and Direct Examination Workshop

Professor Liz Boals leads a workshop on direct and cross examination skills for students in the Trial Advocacy Program.

Careers in Litigation Panel Discussion

The Mock Trial Honor Society, in conjunction with the Trial Advocacy Program and the Office of Career and Professional Development, held an informative panel discussion highlighting the pros and cons of a career in litigation.  Panelists included: Gregory Hillyer (Partner, Feldman Gale), Emily Livingston (Public Defender, Montgomery County), and Robert Sander (Federal Prosecutor, United States Department of Justice). Professor Elizabeth Lippy served as the panel moderator.