This is one of the compulsory courses for all law students. The objective of the course is to introduce students to basic trial techniques and skills, including the basics of presentations in court, mode of address, examination-in-chief and cross examination and submissions on facts. The practical skills learned in this module will complement those learned in earlier semesters. The course will give students a taste of the real world litigation practice.

Recommended Reading:

1. Hart, William and Blanchard, Roderick. Litigation and Trial Practice, 6th edn. Clifton Park: Thomson/ Delmar, 2006.

2. Menon. N. R. Madhava, Clinical Legal Education. Lucknow: Eastern, 2006 (rpt.).

3. Snape, John and Watt, Gary. How to Moot: A student’s Guide to Mooting. Oxford: OUP, 2010.