Fall 2020
5322 Pretrial Litigation - HAWK- 11928

Professor(s): Amy Hawk (DIRECTOR/SUPERVISOR )
John Buckley (ADJUNCT)
Brandon Renken (ADJUNCT)
Judge Jeff Shadwick (ADJUNCT)
Mark Goranson (ADJUNCT)
Brad Wyly (ADJUNCT)

Credits: 3

Course Areas: Blakely Advocacy Simulation 

Time: 6:00p-9:00p  TH  Location: 240  BLB

Course Outline: The objective of the course to provide law students with an opportunity to apply the pre-trial rules of Texas civil procedure to a civil case problem. This course will expose students to the use of the rules in an adversarial setting and require students to engage in advocacy, strategic thinking, and logical analysis. Students will receive actual experience in interfacing with clients, drafting pleadings, interpreting the rules, arguing motions in civil district court, mediating, and taking depositions.

Course Syllabus: Syllabus

Course Notes: HyFlex  The instructor for this course has expressed a preference to teach in a physical classroom. The extent to which that room will be used during the semester is up to the instructor and may vary during the semester. When the classroom is used by an instructor, those class sessions will be operated in “HyFlex” mode: remote presence is available to any student via internet videoconferencing, and recordings will be available. More details should be made available from the instructor via their syllabus or via other means as the start of the semester nears.

Quota= 24

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This course will have:
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Satisfies Skills Course Requirement: Yes
Satisfies Senior Upper Level Writing Requirement: No

Experiential Course Type: simulation

Bar Course: No

DistanceEd ABA 306:

Pass-Fail Student Election: Conditional Availability (not for required credits)

Course Materials (7/1/2020 9:56:42 PM)

No book required for this course