Honors Trial Team External

Class Information Spring 2023

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Tom Larkin

Lecturer

Honors Trial Team External

Certificate(s): Public Interest and Social Justice Law

Course Description:

The School of Law enters student teams in a number of interschool, or external, trial competitions. These are hosted by law schools and other organizations around the country. During the first year of competing, students enroll in Advanced Trial Techniques, learning advanced litigation and trial strategy, and competing in trial competitions. Successful students may apply to serve on trial team again in subsequent years. If selected, students may earn one academic credit for every 50 hours of substantive work, supervised by the faculty coach. Graded Credit/No Credit. Pre-Requisite is Advanced Trial Techniques

Public Interest and Social Justice Certificate, Experimental Course

Class Notes:

Class will meet on Wednesdays from 6:00 pm to 8:45 pm in Charney Hall Room 102.

The School of Law enters student teams in a number of interschool, or external, trial competitions. These are hosted by law schools and other organizations around the country. During the first year of competing, students enroll in Advanced Trial Techniques, learning advanced litigation and trial strategy, and competing in trial competitions. Successful students may apply to serve on trial team again in subsequent years. If selected, students may earn one academic credit for every 50 hours of substantive work, supervised by the faculty coach. Graded Credit/No Credit.  Pre-Requisite is Advanced Trial Techniques. In order to register, students will be given a permission number.

Public Interest and Social Justice Certificate, Experimental Course