LAWL - Law

Moot Court/Trial Practice (College of Law)


LAWL - 9000 TRIAL PRACTICE
[3 hours] The "learning by doing" technique is applied to the litigation process. Students conduct simulated trials and handle such matters as pretrial motions, jury selection, opening statement, presentation of evidence, closing arguments, jury instructions and post-verdict motions. Evidence is a prerequisite.


LAWL - 9150, 9160 MOOT COURT I (1-2 hours) and II (1-2 hours)
Students participate in interscholastic Moot Court competitions such as the National Moot Court Competition and the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition, preparing written briefs and engaging in oral argument.


LAWL - 9200 INTERVIEWING, COUNSELING AND NEGOTIATING
[3 hours] Course familiarizes students with basic concepts and techniques of interviewing, counseling and negotiating, fact investigation and discovery. Various teaching methods used include simulation, demonstrations and videotaped interviews. Emphasis on student participation in interviews and negotiations.

Last Updated: 1/3/12