LAWS 315 - Trial Practice P
(2 cr.) This course is designed to give students an opportunity to co-ordinate their knowledge of procedure and evidence with their knowledge of substansive law in a realistic and dramatic setting, with the aim of developing some facility in the techniques of trial practice. The course focuses on the trial and pretrial process, including: interviewing of clients; investigation of facts; preparation of witnesses; examination and cross- examination of witnesses; choosing a jury; use of experts; discovery and other pretrial preparations; motion practice; and trial tactics. Students draft motions and memoranda and appear in simulated proceedings. Audio-visual equipment may be used. Prerequisite: LAWS 311; Every Year, All

Law Spring 2017