Courses 2015 - 2016

LAW B 520 Trial Advocacy

Credits: 2-6, Max 6


Instruction in fundamental skills of trial advocacy; e.g., courtroom psychology and jury persuasion; techniques of direct and cross examination of lay and expert witnesses; opening statements and closing argument; depositions and discovery; and jury selection. Student performances will be videotaped in class for subsequent review and critique. Prerequisite: LAW B503 Evidence (may be taken concurrently). Enrollment may be limited. Offered on credit/no credit basis only.

Autumn, 3 Credit(s)

Course Sections and Instructors
Instructor(s)
Howard, Maureen

Autumn, Credit(s)

Lab Section
Course Sections and Instructors
Instructor(s)
Kristine Costello , Andrew Friedman
Janet Freeman , Bradford Kessler
Catherine Shaffer , Tessa Gorman , Bill Bowman
Anne Harper , Michael Dion , Roger Rogoff
Sims Weymuller , Amena Jefferson
Ronald Bemis , Jennifer Miller

Winter, 3 Credit(s)

Course Sections and Instructors
Instructor(s)
Howard, Maureen

Winter, Credit(s)

Lab Section
Course Sections and Instructors
Instructor(s)
Michael Dion , Alice Brown
Rhonda Laumann , Endel Kolde
Francisco Duarte , Jennifer Miller
Janet Freeman , Bradford Kessler

Spring, 3 Credit(s)

Course Sections and Instructors
Instructor(s)
Howard, Maureen

Spring, Credit(s)

Lab Section
Course Sections and Instructors
Instructor(s)
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA

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