Professor Michael L. Coyne
Phone: 978.681.0800 X115
READ 15 CASES FOR EACH CLASS
Review and be thoroughly familiar with the Federal Rules of Evidence.
There will be a Saturday class of approximately two hours in length on November 11.
There are audio CDs on the major handouts for this course available at the Reserve Desk in the Library and for purchase in the Bookstore.
Evidence by Irving Younger is to be reviewed as part of this course. You should make arrangements to watch these tapes, which are available at the Reserve Desk. We also have a significant amount of video and audio concerning evidentiary matters. If you are interested, please contact me or someone at the Reserve Desk.
This audio review is in lieu of class (10/30/2017) and is required listening; students should be prepared with new material for the next class.
***For Comp Student Wanting the Extra Credit fill out and submit the form below after watching/listening to all the materials ***
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