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Kessler-Eidson Advanced Negotiation - Video

by Kessler Eidson
March 2012
Professor Paul Zwier discusses Advanced Negotiation techniques. This video is produced by the Emory School of Law.

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Kessler-Eidson Program for Trial Techniques
The Kessler-Eidson Program for Trial Techniques provides all second-year Emory Law students with a foundation in oral advocacy.

Modeled after the National Institute for Trial Advocacy's program for teaching practicing lawyers, Emory Law's program is the largest in the country and is recognized as one of the nation's finest. The American College of Trial Lawyers has twice conferred on Emory's program the Emil Gumpert Award for excellence in the teaching of trial advocacy. 

The program's teaching methodology focuses on integrating the second-year law student's knowledge of substantive evidence with practical trial skills through a "learn-by-doing" format. Trial experience is supplemented by a textbook, lectures, and discussions. During two sessions in the spring semester, students develop theories for particular witness examinations, decide on appropriate approaches to bring out the facts consistent with their theories, prepare witnesses, and conduct direct and cross-examinations using current courtroom technology in the use of exhibits.



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