Courses 2016 - 2017

LAW B 519 Pre-Trial Practice

Credits: 3-4

Instruction in the theory and fundamental skills of pre-trial criminal and civil advocacy, using a wrongful death case from real life. Subjects to be covered include interviewing, fact investigation and analysis, case valuation/risk analysis, litigation strategy, client counseling, pleading, discovery, depositions, expert witnesses, demonstrative exhibit creation, negotiations, alternative dispute resolution, and motions practice. Professional responsibility issues are considered throughout. Students are eligible to meet their advanced writing requirement by further work on their motion brief in LAW E500.

Autumn, 4 Credit(s)

Course Sections and Instructors
Bailey, William

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