This course in advocacy in trial courts focuses on typical uses of rules of procedural and substantive law in trial proceedings, with emphasis upon methods of developing facts in court and methods of preparation. Particular consideration is given to the tactical and ethical aspects of problems that confront the trial lawyer. A student may not take for credit or audit both this course and Trial Planning and Advocacy. P: Evidence.
Current & Previous Instructors:
Joseph F. Murphy, Jr.;
|568G (CRN: 93181) Credits: 3|
Fall, 2015 (Evening).
1 opening. (Limit 20). See course waitlist.