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244.91A sec. 001 - Appellate Competition Intensive Part 1 (Fall 2021)

Instructor: Ted Pelletier  
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Units: 1
Grading Designation: Credit Only
Mode of Instruction: In-Person

Meetings:

    Th 6:25 PM - 9:05 PM
    Location: Law 140
    On 2021-09-02

    Th 6:25 PM - 8:25 PM
    Location: Law 140
    From September 09, 2021
    To October 07, 2021

Course Start: September 02, 2021
Course End: October 07, 2021

Enrollment info:
Enrolled: 28
Waitlisted: 0
Enroll Limit: 35
As of: 10/16 05:09 PM


Appellate Competition Intensive is a one-credit crash course in the fundamentals of appellate writing and oral argument. This class is designed for members of moot court teams who are not enrolled in the full 3-unit Appellate Advocacy class. The aim of this class is to give students the essential tools of appellate practice, with an emphasis on effective writing. By the end of this class, students will be able to competently and confidently address the problems presented in moot court competitions and in real appellate practice. These skills include reviewing an appellate record, crafting sections of an appellate brief, and outlining and presenting a compelling oral argument.

To apply for this course please email and detail which competition you have been admitted to Ted Pelletier at tedpelletierlaw@gmail.com.

Ted W. Pelletier is a partner at the Oakland law firm of Kazan, McClain, Satterley and Greenwood, PLC. He has practiced California civil litigation, with an emphasis on appellate work, for over 20 years. He has handled the briefing and oral argument in dozens of appeals in the California appellate courts, including three cases in the California Supreme Court. With the Kazan firm, he also actively participates in trial and motion work, leading the firm’s briefing on legal issues including summary-judgment motions, evidentiary issues, jury instructions, and post-trial matters.

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Units from this class count towards the J.D. Experiential Requirement.


Exam Notes: (None) Class requires a series of papers, assignments, or presentations throughout the semester
Course Category: Simulation Courses

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