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Introduction to Trial Advocacy is a lecture series developed by Spencer Pahlke, Robert Little, and Elizabeth Fraley (faculty at Berkeley and Baylor law). Based on the book The Elements of Trial by Rick Friedman and Bill Cummings, Introduction to Trial Advocacy builds on decades of courtroom and teaching experience to ready new lawyers for trial by guiding them through preparing and trying a sample case. The core concept is this: We learn to try cases best by doing. The course pairs easily digestible videos with fact patterns and accompanying advocacy and evidence drills.
By completing this unique program, you will be able to:
This self-study version is designed for use by individual attorneys, for more information about teaching this program in your firm, university, or high school please click here.
The following materials are provided:
We suggest using one of these three methods when completing this course:
Also included are suggested readings from The Elements of Trial, which is available at a discounted price of $45 via a coupon code you will be emailed upon purchasing this course.
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