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17 05, 2013

CRITICAL TRIAL ADVOCACY RULES: COURTROOM LESSON #5

By |May 17th, 2013|Civility, Courtroom Lessons, Pretrial Tips, Seattle University Law School, Trial Tips|2 Comments

Seeing is Believing No matter how much you stress certain principles of pretrial and trial practice in a law school trial advocacy class, the lessons don’t stick the way seeing them come live in a courtroom does. Students in my semester-long Comprehensive Trial Advocacy course go to court, watch a day of trial and write [...]

4 02, 2011

CIVILITY CREED

By |February 4th, 2011|Civility, Ethics, Pretrial Tips, Trial Tips|1 Comment

A Creed to Guide Professional ConductCivility is not a new subject here – see earlier post. Just attended the first of three sessions at Seattle University Law School on civility. I sat next to and visited with Judge Harry McCarthy who was there as a speaker. Judge McCarthy served on the Professionalism Committee of the [...]

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