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    • 30199-01
    • †Trial Practice
    • Pottenger
    • Tue 6:10 PM-8:30 PM
    • 2
    • Professional Skills
    • experiential
    • not applicable

    †Trial Practice (30199). 2 units, credit/fail. An introduction to trial evidence and to the techniques and ethics of advocacy in civil and criminal trials. Students will act as lawyers in simulated trial situations. The instructors will be judges and experienced trial lawyers from the community will provide instruction and critique. Enrollment limited to seventy-two. J.L. Pottenger and S. Wizner.

    Note: Attendance at the first class meeting and a decision whether to take the course at the conclusion of the first class are mandatory.

    Course Bidding: Permission of the instructors is not required for this experiential course. Students who list the course among their experiential course selections will be admitted up to the maximum number of seventy-two.

    Location: SLB - 120 (Tue)
    Grade mode: credit/fail
    CRN: 20180