Law 211 - Evidence
Director, Academic Support Program
J.D. Boston University, 1992
This course examines the law of proof and focuses on the Federal Rules of Evidence. The language, purpose, and policies underlying the evidence rules are stressed throughout in order to make the rules meaningful, predictable, and functional. In addition to covering the substantive rules of evidence, this course will explore the use of the rules of evidence as a tactical device to develop the narrative of a case and to disrupt the opponent’s narrative. Accordingly, the theme of this course is pragmatic, with a problem-based emphasis. The rules of evidence will be examined from an advocate’s perspective in order to develop students’ knowledge of what facts matter and how those facts can be proven.
1. Analytical reasoning
2. Developing a theory of the case
3. Strategic decision-making
5. Legal storytelling
6. Oral advocacy
|Pavel Wonsowicz||19F||211||LEC 2||TRF 9:00 AM - 10:15 AM||4.0||No||No|
|Textbook for Fall 2019 LEC 2|
Wonsowicz, Pavel. Evidence: A Context and Practice Casebook 2nd ed.
ISBN: 9781531007034. Carolina Academic Press. REQUIRED $95.00