Advanced Trial Practice – 6628

This course will be to help students learn to recognize and anticipate a large number of important evidentiary issues which can arise during a trial, and to help them learn how to deal with the issues when they arise. Students will perform direct and cross examinations, opening and closing statements and voir dire. Students will be expected to write brief motions in limine and short memoranda on evidentiary issues to learn to present concise persuasive memoranda to a court before and during trial.

Credits
3
Prerequisites
LAW 6618 Trial Practice and LAW 6219 Evidence
Graduation Requirements
Experiential Learning
Subject Area
Civil Litigation *
Litigation, Alternative Dispute Resolution & Advocacy
Student Year
Upper Division
Grade base
A - F
Course type
SEM