Temple University Beasley School of Law hosted its ninth free online advocacy training conference on Wednesday, January 24, 2024. The topics were the positive use of A.I. in case preparation ad litigation; the art of rhetoric and Gen-X students; and an historical overview of the right to trial by jury and why and how it must be taught to current students.
Use the links below to view the conference recording:
Hour 1 – The Upsides of Using A.I. Guy D’Andrea, a nationally regarded litigator and adjunct at Drexel U. Kline School of Law, is an expert on the use of A.I. in litigation practice and explains and demonstrates some of the mechanics of A.I. tools.
Hour 2, Part 1 -Beyond the Basics: Teaching Modern Advocacy through the Dynamic Lens of Rhetorical Evolution Dominique Hinson, Director of Appellate Advocacy at South Texas College of Law talks about rhetoric and how it can be taught to improve advocacy skills of the current generation of students.
Hour 2, Part 2 – Preserving the Right to Jury. Dean Charles H. Rose III looks at the legal, moral and philosophical underpinnings of the right by trial to jury – what it defends, and how each of us might go about making certain it remains a key feature in the 21st century legal landscape of America – a subject all too often omitted from the advocacy curriculum.