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Mock Trial 2: Civil Law Trial - The Case of the Negligent Pedestrian

In this class, students will learn about trial skills, negligence, legal arguments, and how to apply it all while partaking in a mock trial! Students will learn invaluable teamwork skills in this highly interactive and collaborative class.
Leandra - B.A. PoliSci; Law Student (she/her)
256 total reviews for this teacher
9 reviews for this class
Completed by 24 learners
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$15 per class
Meets 1x per week
Over 6 weeks
55 minutes per class

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Students will learn how to work in teams. Students will learn about a legal topic and how to analyze the case details to make their case. Students will learn to make persuasive arguments. 
I am a law school student that has been trained through various legal skills and trial preparation classes in how to make arguments and refute an opponent's arguments. I have also been trained in how to prepare opening/closing arguments and how to direct and cross-examine a witness. Through my Civil Procedure, Torts, Federal Rules of Evidence, and Trial competition experience, I have condensed several semesters' worth of material into a tangible five-class course for young learners. This will serve as a great overview for anyone that may want to be in mock trial or moot court competitions. I also have six years of work experience as a paralegal and have helped attorneys prepare for trials by preparing motions, answering interrogatories with clients, and preparing the evidence for trial. I have observed dozens of trials between my work and school experience and have received invaluable knowledge and tips from my professors and bosses on how to effectively litigate during a trial. I hope to share all this with young learners and make them excited about potentially competing in mock trials in school or in practicing law one day. 
Students will have time in class to work on all the parts that will be performed at trial. It is recommended that students hone and develop their arguments and examination outlines outside of class. I also encourage students' parents to make contact so that team members can work on their trial presentations outside of class. All of this is optional, however. 
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.


Leandra - B.A. PoliSci; Law Student (she/her)
Lives in the United States
Law, True Crime, and Life Skills
256 total reviews
211 completed classes

About Me

I have been teaching on Outschool since April 2020 and it has been such a wonderful experience! I aim to offer fun, interesting, and unique classes to learners. I have 8 years of experience tutoring children and three years of experience as an... 
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