Animal Law Trial Advocacy - Professor Russ Mead, , Course Number: LAW-924, , Course Type: Highly Specialized and Experiential, , Credits: 2, , Enrollment Limit: Determined by the Registrar, , Description: Animal Law Trial Advocacy teaches, trial skills and trial strategies in an animal law, setting. This is a skills-based course where, students practice courtroom presentation skills, using animal law examples. The course embraces the, concept that every personality type can be an, effective courtroom advocate. The course ends with, each student chairing a mock trial between a, property owner and an industrial hog farm. Even if, you never conduct a trial after graduation, this, course will help you make legal arguments in a, courtroom setting., , Prerequisite: none, , Evaluation Method: Conduct a mock trial, , Capstone: No, , WIE: No, , The American Bar Association accreditation, standards require students to regularly attend the, courses in which they are registered. Lewis &, Clark expects students to attend classes regularly, and to prepare for classes conscientiously., Specific attendance requirements may vary from, course to course. Any attendance guidelines for a, given class must be provided to students in a, syllabus or other written document at the start of, the semester. Sanctions (e.g., required withdrawal, from the course, grade adjustment, and/or a, failing grade) will be imposed for poor, attendance.