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B546 Trial Law and Advocacy

Description Trial Law & Advocacy covers the theories, procedures, rules, ethics, techniques, tactics and performance aspects of trial practice, including jury selection, opening statements, use and handling of exhibits, direct and cross-examination, expert witnesses, and closing arguments. Students learn the legal and ethical framework of trials, and then plan and conduct weekly trial practice sessions. Trial Law & Procedure differs from the sections of Trial Advocacy taught by various adjunct professors by going into more depth on the law, rules, procedures, and ethics of litigation. (4 credits)

Note This course satisfies the professional skills requirement.

Faculty A. Tanford

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