Federal Rules of Civil Procedure
This 4-by-6 inch guide compiles the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure as amended through December 1, 2015.
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100 Vignettes for Improving Trial Evidence Skills
Whether this resource is used in an evidence or trial advocacy classroom, professional learning environment, or for your own personal study, the vignettes are extraordinary examples of how specific evidentiary issues arise at trial.
Compendium of Trial Advocacy Drills
Stein and Rubinowitz discuss the concept that many of us learn intellectually, others of us learn existentially, and then there are the rest of us that learn by doing. In Compendium of Trial Advocacy Drills, the student will practice the skills taught verbally in the classroom through a hands-on approach.
Facts Still Can't Speak for Themselves: Reveal the Stories that Give Facts Their Meaning, Second Edition
Eric Oliver offers trial attorneys proven ways to uncover the full range of those "rewritten" stories in focus groups, and how to take their best elements into court to deliver a story more likely to persuade than the one you thought you had.
Objections at Trial, Seventh Edition
This pocket-sized, complete reference guide travels easily to the courtroom or classroom. This invaluable handbook from NITA® bridges the gap between knowing the rules of evidence and applying them in a judicial setting and clearly identifies what proposed evidence is subject to exclusion by objection. This updated Seventh Edition incorporates the new rules amendments through December 2014, along with new commentary, and provides the reader-judge, lawyer, or law student with a primer on the fine art of making effective objections to inadmissible evidence.