Spring 2019 • Law 651 • Credits: 3
Instructor: Amy Potter
Examines and develops courtroom skills for civil and criminal cases. Covers opening statement, direct examination, cross-examination, objections, closing argument, and voir dire of juries. Each student conducts weekly examinations in class and a full trial at the end of the semester. Prereq: Evidence. This course has been designated by the Law Curriculum Committee as a simulation course that counts towards the experiential course graduation requirement.
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