Friday, September 4, 2009


Visit for Valuable Resources

Pretrial Advocacy and Trial Advocacy is a Website that gives valuable resources to trial advocates, law professors, and law students.

For PRETRIAL ADVOCACY the Web site provides the following useful material:

Justice Paul Anderson’s article: “Fielding Difficult Questions from the Bench;”
Sample Complaints;
Sample Answers;
Sample Motions – Motion to Compel and Motion for Summary Judgment;
Sample Declaration;
Sample Interrogatories;
Sample Requests for Production;
Sample Requests for Admissions;
Links to worthwhile Web sites including trial visuals; tour of a courthouse, and trial advocacy blogs and websites;
Research Web sites, such as Rules of Professional Responsibilities, E-discovery, Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and much more;
Case management and preparation Web sites, and Web sites for locating people, conducting background investigations and public sleuthing, and
Descriptions of the book Pretrial Advocacy: Planning, Analysis and Strategy, 2nd Edition; as well as accompanying movies on a DVD (how to take and use a deposition at trial, guided crime scene tour and visuals) and CDs.

As was discussed in a prior blog the site also offers the following TRIAL ADVOCACY resources:

Trial transcripts including personal injury and the Sonics’ trial;
Juror questionnaire;
Sample trial motion;
Preview of the Freck Point Trial demonstration movie, and
Descriptions of Trial Advocacy: Planning, Analysis & Strategy, 2nd Edition and Trial Advocacy: Assignments & Case Files as well as the accompanying trial demonstration movie - Freck Point Trial on DVDs and CDs

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