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14 02, 2011

VIDEO REVIEW: A SKILLS BUILDING TOOL

By |February 14th, 2011|critiquing, oratory, persuasion, Seattle University Law School, teaching techniques, video review|0 Comments

The Value of Video Jennifer Shapiro, pictured here, stands before a jury of her peers – students in her comprehensive trial advocacy class at Seattle University Law School. She delivers her first opening statement in the class. It’s not her first opening because she has competed in mock trials before.As she delivers the opening, a [...]

16 01, 2009

YOUR OWN WORST CRITIC – PRETRIAL, TRIAL & APPELLATE ADVOCACY TRAINING

By |January 16th, 2009|critiquing, nervousness, Seattle University Law School, speaking, teaching techniques, video review|0 Comments

VIDEO REVIEW TIPSEach of us is our own worst critic. That is why a video review is such a valuable tool in pretrial, trial and appellate advocacy training. For that matter, a video review is an excellent aid for any education in public speaking. When an attorney or law student watches a video of their [...]

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