Studies methods and forms of proof in litigation, including detailed consideration of hearsay, impeachment of witnesses, relevancy and certain restrictions on authentication and best evidence doctrines, and privileges. Applies rules and doctrine of evidence in simulated trial settings. Combined Evidence and Trial Practice course. Satisfies the trial practice requirement and counts two hours toward the 14 credit hour maximum in clinical hours. MAY NOT GET CREDIT FOR BOTH TRIAL ADVOCACY (LAWS 6109), EVIDENCE (LAWS 6353), AND THIS COURSE (LAWS 6363).
Meeting Times & Locations:
||10:25 AM - 11:40 AM
||4:40 PM - 6:40 PM
Description: MUST TAKE THE TRIAL PRACTICE PORTION THAT MEETS MONDAYS, 4:40-6:40, ROOM 102. IF YOU WISH TO DROP THIS COURSE, YOU MUST DO SO ON OR BEFORE AUGUST 1ST - NO EXCEPTIONS!
Evidence and Trial Practice Course Description Fall 2010.pdf