Fall 2010 - Advocacy Survey: Skills
Shepperd, Eric M
McCormack, Tracy W
Credit Hours: 1 (Pass/Fail) Course ID: 176N Unique # 28530
|M||6:00 - 9:00 pm||CCJ 3.310|
This course is restricted to upper division students only.
You must take at least one the following classes concurrently:
** This course meets the Professional Skills requirement for graduation.
This class has a mandatory evening skills component (Monday or Wednesday evening). Students must register for both the lecture (376M) and either Monday or Wednesday evening skills portion (176N) of the class.
Related Course Areas
Advocacy survey is designed for beginning advocacy students who are interested in gaining exposure to all areas of advocacy. The course covers topics such as the art and theory of persuasion, motion practice, alternative dispute resolution, trial techniques and courtroom technology. By combining theory through the lecture sessions with technique training in periodic skills sessions, students are able to practice what they learn. Students get hands-on practice in areas such as opening and closing statements, the use and relevance of technology in litigation, voir dire, motion practice, and other general persuasive techniques. Students will see a case file from pretrial motions, ADR, arbitration, voir dire and trial. During the semester, using all their persuasive knowledge, students will try a case.
This is a 4-credit class (1 credit pass/fail, 3 credits graded).
Prerequisite or Concurrent: Evidence.