Advanced Advocacy (6000)

Advanced Advocacy was designed and is taught from the perspective that advocacy is more than applied skill; in its purest form, advocacy is a form of art. This class takes students beyond the traditional moot court curriculum and thoroughly examines the art and various techniques of persuasion through innovative exercises and guest lectures. Although the class is required for all Moot Court members, the persuasion techniques taught in this class are so universal to the practice of law that all upper-class students are encouraged to enroll. Students must have an overall GPA of 2.5 to register for academic credit. This course, which will be numerically graded, meets the upper-level writing program. 

Course Details

  • Credits: 2