Law 821:

Trial Advocacy (3.0-4.0 units)

Examines decicion-making by counsel in the litigation of cases. Emphasis is given to decisions involving tactics, strategies, and their implications for the functioning of legal institutions and substantive doctrine. Extensive use of simulated trial practice exercises.
  • Restriction: Registration open to the following major(s): Law, Gerontology/Juris Doctor, Juris Doctor/Business Administration, Law/Business Taxation, Juris Doctor/Communication Management, Juris Doctor/Communications Management, Law/Economics, Law/International Relations, Juris Doctor/Public Administration, Juris Doctor/Public Policy, Juris Doctor/Political Science, Law/Philosophy, Law/Real Estate Development, Law/Religion, Juris Doctor/Religion and Social Ethics, Law/Social Work
03575R9414.0Lecture3:00-5:30pmTuesday12 of 20Mike BrennanLAW107session dates
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