Practicing Persuasive Legal Written and Oral Advocacy: Case File II
This text will expose you to the many documents used in preparing for trial and appellate advocacy by providing a complete set of documents to supplement your persuasive legal writing, pre-trial practice, appellate advocacy, or moot court class. Case File II spotlights First Amendment and substantive tort issues that teach you how to argue legal and factual issues, extrapolate issues from the record, find evidentiary support for their position, and grapple with challenges of scope of review and harmless error.
Practicing Persuasive Written and Oral Advocacy: Case File II demonstrates the link between the classroom and the courtroom:a simulated case, Coburn v. Martinez, is based on actual events and offers high human-interest value
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Vitiello, Michael; Miller, David W.; and Fontham, Michael R., "Practicing Persuasive Legal Written and Oral Advocacy: Case File II" (2003). McGeorge School of Law Teaching Materials. 66.