Looking to add practical skills to your class or training? Problems in Trial Advocacy
is the ideal resource. Updated for the 2023 Edition, Problems in Trial Advocacy
is the premier volume for realistic and accessible courtroom simulations. With problems based on real trials, both civil and criminal, this series of vignettes guides the reader through opening statements, direct and cross-examination of lay and expert witnesses, exhibit introduction, witness impeachment, and closing arguments. These hands-on exercises include a variety of electronic exhibits, providing practice for the contemporary courtroom experience. Problems in Trial Advocacy
lets students practice their courtroom skills without memorizing a full case file of facts. Problems in Trial Advocacy
is the advocacy standard, updated with modern challenges to advocacy skills.Professors and students will benefit from:
- Brief fact patterns that can be used for preparing opening and closing statements, direct examination, cross-examination, and more.
- Multiple types of exhibits encourage students to learn the rules of evidence and practice entering assorted exhibits into evidence before a judge.
- Easy to use fact patterns that can be adopted for multiple class types.