When Trial Guides and the American Association for Justice teamed up in 2010 to publish books and multimedia material, Trial Guides visited AAJ’s media archive containing books, audio recordings, and video recordings going back to the formation of NACCA in the 1940s. One of the treasures we found were fourteen reel-to-reel tapes of Moe Levine lecturing on a wide variety of litigation topics shortly before his death. These lectures have never been heard before. Trial Guides digitally restored the reel-to-reel tapes to create the greatest set of Moe Levine audio recordings ever offered, in the best sound quality possible.*
This set contains four discs which cover cross-examination, closing arguments, and using the law to improve community safety.
*The forensic restoration process used on these recordings has resulted in major improvements in sound quality to the original tapes. While the overall sound quality is high, degradation of some reels resulted in the loss of a small amount of material that we were unable to rescue. Therefore, you will notice some drop out in the topic matter.
Please also note: The state of law and medicine has changed since the time of these lectures. Despite the wisdom conveyed in these recordings, gained from the thousands of cases that Levine tried, please keep in mind that much has changed since these lectures. Levine is one of the most important advocacy teachers in U.S. history, and these recordings contain trial concepts that are timeless. However, Trial Guides suggests that you seek more recent resources on how to overcome issues that did not exist at the time these tapes were made before making decisions on how to try your cases.