TGCTTC – Law School For Everyone

TGC/TTC – Law School For Everyone
English | Size: 9.23 GB
Category: Video

Law School for Everyone brings four exceptional professors from four of the nation’s most distinguished law schools right to you, providing you with much of the foundational knowledge of expert lawyers without the enormous time and financial commitments. Over the span of 48 lectures, these experienced lawyers and teachers recreate key parts of the first-year student experience, introducing you to four main areas of law most every beginning student studies:

litigation and legal practice,
criminal law and procedure,
civil procedure, and

Enriched with famous cases from the annals of American law, powerful arguments by some of history’s most successful lawyers, and Supreme Court rulings that provide insights into how our legal system has evolved since the nation’s founding, Law School for Everyone will teach you how to approach the law from the perspective of the best attorneys and high-court judges.
Most important: No law degree is required for you to gain access to this intimidating-but surprisingly rich and exciting-field.

These lectures offer eye-opening answers to many questions about the subtle art and craft of litigation and the behind-the-scenes lives of lawyers. Questions like:

What are some dilemmas a lawyer can face when representing clients?
How does a lawyer craft an exceptional opening and closing argument?
How do lawyers handle issues like jury selection and problematic evidence?
When-and why-do lawyers raise objections during a trial?
You’ll also be prompted to rethink – and perhaps change – previously held conceptions about how lawyers work, and about the issues they struggle with each and every time they step in the courtroom.

Law School for Everyone is packed with some of the most important, decisive, and controversial court cases in American history. Each of the cases you explore illuminates, in its own unique way, the inner workings of the nation’s judicial system and its malleability.

Here are just a few of the many cases you’ll examine, from multiple legal angles, in these 48 fascinating lectures:

State of Florida v. George Zimmerman (2013)
Citizens United v. FEC (2010)
Marbury v. Madison (1803)
State of California v. O.J. Simpson (1995)
Miranda v. Arizona (1966)

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