The "Integrated Trial Advocacy Program" (ITAP) is a two semester, ten credit course package. ITAP combines Evidence, Civil Procedure II and trial advocacy skills. In the Fall, Evidence and Trial Advocacy I coupled with the spring courses of Civil Procedure II and Trial Advocacy II, introduce students to the basic skills of analyzing a trial file, examining witnesses, making and meeting objections and offers of proof, introducing exhibits, and delivering opening statements and closing arguments through a "learning by doing" or student performance format. Trial Ad I has a decidedly criminal trial advocacy orientation. The course culminates with students trying a mock criminal jury trial. Particular attention is given to the interplay between the law of evidence and the art of trial advocacy. Trial Ad II has a decidedly civil trial advocacy orientation (see the Spring 2018 schedule for further information).
|M/W 10:30-11:45 AM||Klein 1E|
|4:00-5:15 PM||Klein 2B||Additional Evidence First 3 Weeks|
|Th 1:00-3:50 PM||Klein 1A||Trial Advocacy I (J. Epstein)|
Part of a two semester, ten credit course package, Fall semester fulfills 2 skills credits plus Spring semester fulfills 3 skills credits. See course description.
You may not register for this course if you are enrolled in or have already taken the following:
- LAW 0558 (Introduction to Trial Advocacy)
- LAW D462 (Integrated Transactional Program)