SPECIAL ORAL ADVOCACY SKILLS WORKSHOP WITH AN EXPERIENCED SUPREME COURT ADVOCATE
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN ORAL ARGUMENT — WHETHER DOWN THE ROAD OR IN A MOOT COURT, please join Matthews Professor Michael Meltsner for an intensive training session featuring practice tips, a skills lecture and a critiqued Supreme Court argument.
Professor Meltsner will lead a special workshop for interested participants in the law school's Moot Courtroom on Thursday, January 9, from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. Participants will need to read the materials for oral advocacy (30 pages), and be prepared to discuss the case included in the materials, Lawrence v. Texas. The session will be audio and video recorded, and we will be looking to gather feedback from participants after the workshop.
This is open to all interested individuals (not just law students). Space is limited, so if you are interested in participating, please reserve your spot by emailing Stephen Evans at firstname.lastname@example.org. Materials will be sent in PDF form via email.
Note that another live training session will be held in the spring quarter at a date yet to be determined.
Sponsored by the NuLawLab Faculty Innovation Grant Program
Thursday, January 9, 2014 at 3:00pm to 5:00pm
Dockser Hall, 160 Dockser Hall - Moot Court Room 65 Forsyth Street