Trial Advocacy Preference Form for Spring 2013

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Ernesto Falcon

Ernesto Falcon
Year/Track: 2015
Hometown: Camarillo, California
Major: Political Science w/ minor in Psychology

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Trial Advocacy Preference Form for Spring 2013

Trial Advocacy will be offered during the Spring Semester of 2013 in five sections.

Seniors, December 2013 graduation candidates and Advocacy certificate cadidates have preference; if any vacancies remain, other students who have completed Evidence or are presently enrolled in Evidence may be admitted.

Part-time students have preference for the Tuesday and Thursday evening sections, but full-time students should also include that section in their listing of preferred section times. Part-time students should also include any day sections they can do.

For the first 12 weeks, the course will meet for one hour per week in the Courtroom for lecture. You have the option to attend Monday day lecture from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. or Monday evening lecture from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. You will also meet for an additional two hours per week with your section for student excercises. (See below for Section days and times.) The last two weeks of the semester are devoted to day-long trials, scheduled Monday through Saturday.

Enrollment will be limited to a total of 24 students.

All students who sign up will be "registered" for the course, but the actual "enrollment" will not be decided until all such "registrants" have been received. Then, in the event of "over-registration," a lottery will be used to determine who will be actually admitted to the course and "enrolled." The lottery will be conducted as follows:

  • Registration is done by completing the Preference Form below. Each student will have one place in the lottery.
  • Seniors, December 2013 graduation candidates and Advocacy Certificate candidates have preference; Part-time Division students will be given preference for the Tuesday and Thursday evening sessions, but Full-time Division students should also include that section in their listing of preferred section times.
  • Subject to the preferences stated above, each student will be given his or her first choice of Section unless that Section is already filled; then, second choice, etc. A student will be "bumped" from the course only if all sections chosen by the student are already filled.

For additional information, contact Professor Jay Leach, in the Center for Legal Advocacy at 916.739.7002.

Important

Any student failiing to submit the Trial Advocacy Preference Form will not be registered for the course.

If you register online, register only by filling out the Trial Advocacy Form. Hard-copy versions of the form are available in the Registrar's Office.

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