Levin College of Law

Course Number: LAW 6363 Credits: 4

Prerequisites:

  • Evidence(LAW 6330)

Not available to students who have taken Trial Advocacy (LAW 6361). Registration priority will be given to third-year students. A study of the trial process, including law relating to trials, trial tactics, and trial techniques. The first half consists of classroom work and a weekly three-hour laboratory, involving role-playing and critical evaluation. The second half consists of simulated trials and critical evaluation. Mock trials are usually held on Saturday. Credit will be awarded on a Satisfactory (S), Unsatisfactory (U) basis.