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Prof. Barbara Barron Teaches Trial Advocacy Course for DC Office of the Attorney General

Barbara S. Barron, Professor of Skills, Director of the Trial Techniques Program, Director of Student Advocacy Programs and Faculty Advisor to Moot Court Board

From July 26-29, Professor Barbara S. Barron was part of a three-member teaching team that conducted a National Institute for Trial Advocacy-sponsored trial advocacy course for the Washington, D.C., Office of the Attorney General at its offices.

The team trained 24 assistant attorneys general. Professor Barron lectured on evidentiary foundations for the introduction of  witness statements and writings.

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