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LAW 907S Advanced Trial Advocacy: Courtroom Technology & Advocacy 2.0-3.0 Credits

This advanced course focuses on analyzing both criminal and civil cases and preparing those cases for a presentation before a jury. The course is specifically designed to expand the skills already developed during the Introduction to Trial Advocacy course. The course methodology combines lectures, demonstrations and individual student performances, during which students will be responsible for conducting all aspects of a trial. There will be extensive critique and feedback by instructors experienced in the art of effective trial advocacy. The course culminates with each of the students conducting a complete mock trial. The course requires that all aspects of the students’ trial presentations be given while utilizing technology, which may include TrialPad for the iPad, Power Point, Timeline 3d, iThoughts, etc.

College/Department: Thomas R. Kline School of Law
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: LAW 902S [Min Grade: CR]

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