Spring 2014
    Law No.: LAW9185
    Sched. No.: 114219145

Oral Presentations In and Out of the Courtroom Seminar *
Section 1
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Sayler, Robert W.
Shadel, Molly B.



Administrative Information:
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Days, Times (Room):F, 1000-1230 (SL290)
Credits:3Type:Seminar
Capacity:20 **This information is current as of 04/24/2014 06:15:14 AM**
Current Enrollment:20 **This information is current as of 04/24/2014 06:15:14 AM**
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Course Description:

Verbal presentations are central to good lawyering, even if you never intend to set foot in a courtroom. The person who can articulate his or her ideas aloud effectively is the one who is the most likely to impress a client, persuade a judge, connect with a colleague -- even land the job in the first place. This course is designed to help students improve their ability to communicate persuasively in the wide variety of settings in which lawyers are called upon to speak. Each class will consist of two components: faculty lecture, followed by a workshop session in which students will be able to practice what they have learned by making oral presentations and receiving detailed feedback. The goal of the course is to provide all students -- including those who do not consider themselves naturally gifted public speakers -- the tools to become more capable and confident oral communicators.

ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENT: Attendance at all class sessions is expected
MUTUALLY EXCLUSIVE with: Hallmarks of Distinguished Advocacy, Oral Presentations In and Out of the Courtroom (SC), Persuasion for Advocates
COURSE REQUIREMENT: Several oral presentations


Mutually Exclusive with: Hallmarks of Distinguished Advocacy; Oral Presentations In and Out of the Courtroom (SC); Persuasion for Advocates
This course is on the professional skills course list.