Standard Text On Trying Cases To Judges And Juries Covers Case Planning, Opening Statements, Direct And Cross Examination, Demonstratives And Exhibits, Expert Testimony, Closings, Trial Lawyer Ethics And Basic Trial Advocacy Has Been Published After The Author S Fifteen Plus Years Of Active Teaching Of Trial Advocacy, Largely At Harvard Law School, But Also At The University Of Maine School Of Law And In Various NITA, Law Firm, And Pro Bono Educational Programs For Both Law Students And Young Lawyers This Book Reflects The Understanding Of Why Trial Lawyers Do What They Do Systematic Understanding Of The Trial Advocacy Process Will Enables A New Lawyer To Better Apply The Experience And Observations That Are Available To Develop The Skills Of Trial Practice This Publication Is Designed For Use In Law School Trial Advocacy Or Trial Practice Courses It Is Also Written To Be Useful To Lawyers In Connection With Firm Sponsored Or Independent Trial Advocacy TrainingMMARY OF CONTENTS The Training Of Trial Lawyers The Task Of The Trial Lawyer Trial Lawyers Ethics Developing A Fact Theory Of The Case Courtroom Conduct And Manners Opening Statements Direct Examination Cross Examination Evidentiary Objections Illustrative Aids Exhibits In Evidence Expert Witnesses SummationPeter L Murry, Esq Has Been A Successful Trial Lawyer In Maine For Over Years And Is The Braucher Visiting Professor Of Law From Practice At Harvard Law School, Where He Has Regularly Taught Evidence, Trial Advocacy, Comparative Civil Justice And The American Legal SystemHe Is The Author Of Several Books And Articles On Evidence, Comparative Law And Civil Justice He Has Been Consultant To The Maine Advisory Committee On Rules Of Evidence Since Currently He Practices Law With Murray, Plumb Murray Of Portland, ME
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- 386 pages
- Basic Trial Advocacy
- Peter L. Murray
- 08 July 2019 Peter L. Murray