Basic trial advocacy describes and teaches the essential skills and techniques required for successful presentation of cases in court it is the official text for the well known harvard law school trial advocacy workshop coverage includes not only the processes of direct and cross examination opening statements summations but also the use . Basic trial advocacy has been published after the authors fifteen plus years of active teaching of trial advocacy largely at harvard law school but also at the u. Peter l murray is the robert braucher visiting professor of law from practice at harvard law school he served as the faculty director of the harvard legal aid bureau and continues to serve as director of the winter trial advocacy workshop. About written by peter murray basic trial advocacy is the classic text on trying cases to judges and juries murrays masterwork covers case planning opening statements direct and cross examination demonstratives and exhibits expert testimony closings trial lawyer ethics and much more. C basic principles of advocacy 1 develop a theory of your case and stick to it make sure that everything you do furthers that theory and dont waste time on anything irrelevant to it a case theory is the simplest model that explains what happened and why you are entitled to a favorable verdict and forms a cohesive logical view of the
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