LAW 702: Criminal Motion Practice - fall

Prerequisite: LAW 521

Intensive practical skills course where students make oral arguments every week. Students put learning into practice in order to polish and sharpen their advocacy skills. Students will engage in adversarial experiences instead of simply reading cases about them. They will learn to apply substantive law in practical situations; master the skill of properly making arguments and convincing others of their position; and enjoy the invaluable advantage of free practice runs. Using a hands-on, learning-by-doing approach, students will have the opportunity to experiment with their approaches to making arguments and develop their own individual styles of courtroom advocacy.

2024 Fall
13064 01 Practicum 12 3.00
Days Start End Location
MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 1:15 PM EDT 4:05 PM EDT Law School 123
Instructor: Hillary Farber Class status:
Prerequisite: LAW 521
Enrollment Section
Class instruction mode: In Person