Rhetoric, Persuasion and Implicit Bias – June 22, 2021

Temple University Beasley School of Law hosted this online advocacy training conference on Tuesday June 22 from 6-8 p.m. The topics were Rhetoric, Persuasion and Implicit Bias – how rhetoric can be racist in impact, how to teach persuasion and speech, and how to address overt and implicit bias and better protect our students. Use

Juries – Research and Teaching (Online Conference) January 14, 2021

Temple University Beasley School of Law hosted this online advocacy training conference on Thursday, January 14 from 6-8 p.m. The topic was juries – what the best research shows about jury dynamics and decision-making and how to teach jury dynamics and decision-making in a JD or LL.M. advocacy program. Use the links below to view the conference recording.

Teaching Trial Advocacy with Video (Online Conference) – June 18, 2020

Introduction to the Teaching Trial Advocacy Online Conference – June 18, 2020 “Objection, Identifying Best Practices in Direct and Cross, and Connecting Theories of Impeachment Into a Narrative” by Charles Rose “Expert Voir Dire” by Ken Klein “Don’t Ask That Question!” by Gwen Stern “Closing Argument – Crossing the Line” by Meta Copeland “Case Theory