ADVANCED PRACTICE VIDEOS


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– ARBITRATION RECORDINGS –

VIDEO ONE

1 Hour 13 Minutes 46 Seconds

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Tennessee Employment Relations Research Association

VIDEO TWO

2 Hours 26 Minutes 18 Seconds

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New York State Bar Association Mock Arbitration

VIDEO THREE

1 Hour 20 Minutes 20 Seconds

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Victoria University of Wellington Mock Arbitration

– CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS –

VIDEO FIVE

22 Minutes 57 Seconds

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City of Orlando 7/22/2019

VIDEO SIX

50 Minutes 05 Seconds

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Iowa City Council 2/19/2019

VIDEO SEVEN

44 Minutes 34 Seconds

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City of Paramount 2/20/2018

– COURT ROOM PROCEEDINGS –

VIDEO NINE

1 Hour 15 Minutes 12 Seconds

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Voir Dire

VIDEO TEN

1 Hour 11 Minutes 22 Seconds

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Plaintiff Dannette Griffith Takes The Stand

VIDEO ELEVEN

35 Minutes 29 Seconds

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State v. Kate Ager Jury Trial

VIDEO TWELVE

1 Hour 17 Minutes 35 Seconds

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Circuit Civil Mock Jury Zoom Trial

VIDEO NINE

56 Minutes 32 Seconds

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Zoom Video Arraignments And Non Jury Trial

VIDEO TEN

20 Minutes 18 Seconds

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Appeal of Dannette Griffith's Case

VIDEO ELEVEN

4 Hours 17 Minutes 10 Seconds

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Ivyshaw Landing v. Mayhew

VIDEO TWELVE

41 Minutes 22 Seconds

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DUI Direct & Cross-Examination

VIDEO THIRTEEN

21 Minutes 06 Seconds

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Harvard Law School Ames Moot Court Competition 2019



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