Tuesday, April 26, 2005


NITA, National Institute for Trial Advocacy, is a group of professors, judges and lawyers formed to promote justice through ethical advocacy, train lawyers in competence and develop and teach trial advocacy skills.

Some of their more recent publications at the Temple Law Library:

Deposition rules : the pocket guide to who, what, when where. David M. Malone.2001
Argument slides/ Deanne C. Siemer, Frank D. Rothschild. 2003.
Effective use of courtroom technology / Deanne C. Siemer. 2002.
Evidentiary privileges, professional responsibility and client misconduct, a case study :Paul V.D./Morgan Cloud. 2003.
Eyewitness testimony : challenging your opponent's witness / Brian L. Cutler.2002.
Federal rules of evidence with objections : reflects changes made to the federal rules of evidence / Anthony J. Bocchino, David A. Sonenshein. 2003.
PowerPoint 2002 for litigators/ Deanne C. Siemer, Frank D. Rothschild. 2002.
Problems in trial advocacy / Anthony J. Bocchino, Donald H Beskind. 2003.
Special printing of selected case files in trial advocacy :printed exclusively for Temple University / Donald H Beskind, Anthony J. Bocchino, Louis M. Natali. 2001.
Theater tips and strategies for jury trials / David Ball. 2003.

The Law Library also has an extensive video collection from NITA.


Blogger TheDevilIsInTheDetails said...

And on a lighter note than pure the trial and death of socrates , check out the funniest trial transcript ever! If it's not serious enough of a topic, well, just pretend it's the Brit's version of the trial and death of socrates !

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