Charles H. Rose III - Advocacy Law Series

Fundamental Trial Advocacy Second Ed.

This book is designed to empower advocates everywhere to more effectively represent clients. It does so by focusing on the law, the skill, and the art of advocacy, combining these three portions of the advocacy process to ensure that the final product outweighs the sum of its parts. This book takes the common-sense approaches of the National Institute for Trial Advocacy and Professor Mauet's work at the University of Arizona, combining the best of their methodologies with a superior structure for case analysis and an attention to the art of advocacy that is not normally discussed.

Advocacy Case Files

A murder with multiple suspects and a bumbling investigation. A wrongful death and defamation case with two dead children. This text contains two real-world case files reflecting the realities of 21st Century trial practice. Designed from the ground up to challenge and develop a student's advocacy skills and analytical excellence, the text's multiple potential levels of complexity adapt easily for use with any advocacy text. The complete teacher's manual provides a thorough case analysis, suggested assignments, and outcome-driven assessments, enabling the professor to focus on teaching the law, skill, and art of advocacy.

Evidence in Context:
Evidentiary Problems and Exercises

This text builds upon current and emerging models of evidence and advocacy instruction, creating synergy between doctrine and skills. With 110 evidentiary problems, two complete cases (one civil, one criminal), advocacy exercises, and examples of proper evidentiary foundations, the book combines the best of both methods through a holistic approach. It allows professors to teach evidentiary issues in context by showcasing them through case analysis. The supporting online multimedia materials and teacher's manual empower professors to fully cover the problems and the case files, teaching what the law is, how to apply it, and why it matters.

Rose and Underwood's Fundamental Pretrial Advocacy: A Strategic Guide to Effective Litigation, 2d

This text helps students master the skills necessary to fully represent a client during all stages of the pretrial process. It holistically covers the applicable law, the pertinent skill involved, and the most persuasive means of presenting arguments.

The book addresses common issues that arise during the formation of the attorney-client relationship, case analysis and preparation, the pretrial investigative process, witness preparation, informal discovery, formal discovery, motions, settlement negotiations, and trial preparation. It also features:

  • Call out boxes, checklists, and tables that make the material more interesting and informative

  • Updates covering the latest rules of civil procedure, ethical considerations, and electronic discovery

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