The Trial Advocacy Blog is the Temple Law Library Blog that focuses on Trial Advocacy. Temple University’s Beasley School of Law has one of the best programs in the country in trial advocacy. The law library has created this blog as a forum to provide information and discussion on trial advocacy.
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This past weekend, Temple's National Trial Team retained its regional title by winning the NTC Regional Championship of the National Trial Competition at the Criminal Justice Center in Philadelphia. It was Temple’s 24th regional championship in 26 yearsof competition. The members of the...
Edward Ohlbaum, a professor of Law at Temple University, was recently quoted in a February 6th article. He spoke about the witness testimony in the priests' and Sandusky's sex abuse trials. For more information, go to http://www.philly.com/.
Administrative LawHD3611 .H36 2011Handbook on the politics of regulation / edited by David Levi-Faur.Cheltenham : Edward Elgar, 2011.CapitalismHC105 .C24 2012Capitalism takes command : the social transformation of nineteenth-century America / edited by Michael Zakim and Gary J. Kornblith.Chicago ;...
Edward Ohlbaum, a Temple law professor who specializes in courtroom evidence and trial advocacy, was recently quoted in a January 24th article. He spoke about eyewitness identification and why the details of the fatal beating were far off. For more information, go to http://www.philly.com.
Fall 2011 Law Library Acquisitions ListAfricaWhere there is no government : enforcing property rights in common law Africa / Sandra F. Joireman.Joireman, Sandra Fullerton.Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, c2011.KQC772 .J65 2011 AfricaCivil procedure in South Africa / Roshana...
AfricaLegal Aspects of Economic Integration in Africa / Richard Frimpong Oppong.Oppong, Richard Frimpong, 1978-, author.Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2011,Â©2011.KQC742 .O67 2011 Animal Law8th annual animal law conference.[Mechanicsburg, Pa.] : Pennsylvania Bar Institute, c2011.KFP81 .P4...
Created by Loyola Law School Prof. Susan Poehls in 2002, The NCTC ( www.lls.edu ) is an invitational tournament open to all ABA accredited law schools, which gives student litigants an opportunity to develop and display their skills as a successful civil litigator. More than 50 law schools across...
Bankruptcy The basics of consumer bankruptcy practice.Mechanicsburg, Pa. (5080 Ritter Rd., Mechanicsburg 17055-6903) : Pennsylvania Bar Institute, c2011.KFP81 .P4 NO.6653 Banks and Banking Principles of bank regulation / by Michael P. Malloy.St. Paul, MN. : West, c2011.KF974 .M33...
Edward Ohlbaum, a professor of Law at Temple University, was recently quoted in a July 27th article. He spoke about the history of grand juries and its current usage. For more information, go to http://www.mcall.com/opinion/explain/mc-explain-it-grand-jury-20110726,0,4149573.story
Twenty-three attorneys from across the country participated in the third biennial Cozen O'Connor Trial Academy, a week-long training program created for attorneys to practice and hone their trial skills. Expert and fact witnesses from the Center for Forensic Economic Studies and law clerks from the...