Materials in Trial Advocacy: Problems and Cases

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Aspen Publishers, 2007 - Law - 1125 pages
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Unrivaled in authorship, MATERIALS IN TRIAL ADVOCACY, now in its Sixth Edition, continues to be a solid choice for your students. Help them make a smooth transition from the classroom to the courtroom with a text that has successfully prepared thousands of lawyers for court. Backed by 30 years of professional practice as lawyers and judges, the authors present thoughtfully crafted problems and cases, organized to parallel the stages of a real-life trial.
Many great features allow this text to remain the best in the field:
Authors Thomas A. Mauet and Warren D. Wolfson bring unparalleled trial experience to the text, having practiced law as both lawyers and judges for 30 years.
Trial techniques are divided into three levels: the essentials, the process of developing trial strategy, and complete trials
Materials are based on actual cases from the authors¿ own professional experiences
Each chapter contains both civil and criminal problems of increasing complexity
Contains two-witness trial problems not found in any other materials book
More complete coverage, more cases, and more problems than competing titles
Important new material in the Sixth Edition makes this great text even better:
A new full trial case involving medical malpractice
Two new problems involving insider trading and expert scientific testimony
A thorough revision of the entire text offers additional thought and clarity to existing problems

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Mauet is Director of Trial Advocacy and Milton O. Riepe Professor of Law at the University of Arizona.

Wolfson, Justice of the Appellate Court of Illinois and Adjunct Professor of Law Chicago-Kent College of Law.

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