Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Temple Law Professor and the Mary Jane Fonder case

Edward Ohlbaum, a Temple University law professor and director of the law school's Trial Advocacy and Clinical Legal Education department, was interviewed in the October 20th issue of the Morning Call. He spoke with Robert Orenstein about the Mary Jane Fonder case.

Ms. Fonder is charged with first-degree murder and possession of a weapon in the Jan. 23 shooting death of Rhonda Smith in Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, Springfield. Police said Fonder was jealous because Smith, who was 42 and lived in Hellertown, received attention from church pastor the Rev. Gregory Shreaves, but they noted that Smith and Shreaves did not have a relationship.

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Temple Law Professor on NPR

Professor Edward Ohlbaum was featured on NPR yesterday as the opening statements of the Fort Dix trial began.

For more information, go to http://www.npr.org.

Monday, October 06, 2008

Recent Library Acquisitions from September 2008

Trial Advocacy
CALL # KF8961 .E27 2008.
AUTHOR Easton, Stephen D., 1958-
TITLE Attacking adverse experts / Stephen D. Easton.
IMPRINT Chicago : American Bar Association, Section of Litigation, c2008.

Trial Advocacy
CALL # KF8959.A7 A3 2008 DVD.
TITLE Advocacy, civility, and ethics in the courtroom [videorecording].
IMPRINT New York, NY : Practising Law Institute, 2008.

CALL # KF8965 .Z47 2008.
AUTHOR Zervopoulos, John A.
TITLE Confronting mental health evidence : a practical guide to
reliability and experts in family law / John A. Zervopoulos.
IMPRINT Chicago : ABA Section of Family Law, c2008.

CALL # KF8961 .S35 2008.
TITLE Scientific evidence review : admissibility and use of expert
evidence in the courtroom / Cynthia H. Cwik, Clifton T.
Hutchinson [editors].
IMPRINT Chicago, Ill. : Section of Science and Technology, American Bar
Association, c2008.