Baylor Law Hosts Advanced Trial Advocacy Course
Baylor Law School played host recently to an advanced trial advocacy course that focused on teaching Texas prosecutors how to heighten their effectiveness at trial.
The course was organized and operated by the Texas District & County Attorneys Association (TDCAA) and offered a combination of lecture and hands-on elements. This year’s course focused on domestic violence trial advocacy, specifically strangulation.
As the TDCAA has for many years, the course utilized Baylor Law’s facilities and especially its spacious classrooms and four Practice Court courtrooms. Participants also benefited from being able to review and critique their own trial advocacy performance thanks to recordings made possible by Baylor Law School’s integrated classroom technology.