A comprehensive course in the law of evidence as applied in civil and criminal cases. Subjects include relevance, hearsay, judicial notice, privileges, examination of witnesses, expert and lay opinion testimony, and real, demonstrative, and scientific evidence. This course deals with both the practical applications and theoretical underpinnings of the Federal Rules of Evidence and common law precedents.
Prof. David J. Carney is Professor of Lawyering Skills and co-founder and Co-Assistant Director of The Legal Writing Academy at Case Western Reserve School of Law, teaching LLEAP 1 and 2, Evidence, and Education Law.
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