Elements of Advocacy: Preparing, Prosecuting and Defending a Civil Rights CaseThis course involves intensive instruction in developing a case theory, organizing and presenting facts and selected exercises in case preparation and trial skills. Topics to be covered may include drafting of complaints; oral argument; deposition; direct and cross examination; opening and closing arguments.
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