Academics

Trial Advocacy II - LAW 664

2-3 Hours

Advanced litigation skills are developed through the preparation for and trial of two mock civil or criminal cases, the conduct of small-group exercises designed to develop particular skills, and, perhaps, attendance at an actual trial. Prerequisites: Evidence (LAW 642) and Trial Advocacy I (LAW 663) or Trial Advoacy I (Criminal Litigation) (LAW 673). Pass/D/Fail

**NOTE:  Students are allowed to take only one Trial Ad II class.  For example, if you take Trial Ad II Civil, you cannot take Trial Ad II Criminal.

 



Spring 2011 Section 002
Professor The Honorable Scott Donaldson
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Professor Patrick Gray
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Professor The Honorable Scott Donaldson
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Professor The Honorable Scott Donaldson
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Professor Thomas Butler
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Professor The Honorable Scott Donaldson
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Professor The Honorable Scott Donaldson
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Professor Patrick Gray
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Professor Thomas Butler
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Professor Patrick Gray
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Professor Thomas Butler
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Professor The Honorable Scott Donaldson
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Professor Thomas Butler
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