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Below are meeting materials for your reference. If you have any questions, please email Amy O'Maley McGuire.
Post Meeting Materials:
CLE Certificate with Instructions
Trial Academy Student Schedule
Student Assignments 2016
Trial Academy Faculty and Student Groups
Preparing Your Computer
Using the Internet on Campus
Stanford Summer Resources - Summer 2016
Area Restaurant Guide
Munger Graduate Residence Map
Faculty Hypothetical (Product Liability – Personal Injury Case)
David Otis Wilson and Debra B. Wilson v. The Roe Chemical Company, Inc.
Student Hypothetical (Wrongful Discharge)
Gorman v. Sterling & Morgan
Student Hypothetical (Automobile Accident – Head Injury)
Hertz v. Aycup
Voir Dire: The Rejection Process
William M. Dalehite, Jr.
Opening Statement: The Art of Storytelling
Cathy Havener Greer
Direct Talk about Direct Examinations
James A. O'Neal
A Field Guide to the Care and Feeding of Experts: Direct Examanination
Daniel J. Scully, Jr.
Cross-Examination of an Expert
Joseph E. O’Neil, George J. Lavin, Jr., and Charles W. Babcock
Direct and Cross Examination of an Economist
Stephen F. McKinney
Cross-Examination of a Medical Expert
Lori G. Cohen
William C. Cleveland
Preserving the Record for Appeal
Shaun McParland Baldwin
Use of Technology in the Courtroom
Robert C. Manlowe, Jenny Guidi, and Adam D. Bloomberg
Big E . . . little e: Ethics and the Trial Lawyer
Mark S. Olson