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27 11, 2013

ATTEMPTED MURDER TRIAL OBSERVATIONS

By |November 27th, 2013|Cross-Examination, Direct Examination, Exhibits, opening statement, Student observations|1 Comment

Here is another student’s report containing courtroom observations. She watched trial work in an attempted murder case. Each semester in my Comprehensive Trial Advocacy course, the law students go to court, observe and write a report about what they saw and learned by watching a day in trial. Students select from federal, state or municipal [...]

15 06, 2012

DON’T BOTCH LAYING THE FOUNDATION FOR AN EXHIBIT

By |June 15th, 2012|Evidence Skills, Exhibits, Seattle University Law School, teaching techniques|0 Comments

Predicate Questions for AdmissibilitySeeing is believing and understanding. My students who take Seattle University Law School’s Comprehensive Trial Advocacy course are required to spend a day watching a trial and write a report on what they observed and learned. The students went to different courts – federal, state and municipal. They reported on the skillfulness [...]

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