Essential Trial Advocacy Skills: What We Can Learn from the U.S. Adversarial System

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Essential Trial Advocacy Skills: What We Can Learn from the U.S. Adversarial System

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Research focuses on the study of the U.S. adversarial system as a model of reference, with the objective of writing a book in Spanish that Peruvian law school professors can use to teach trial advocacy skills to their students, regardless of the applicable Peruvian law (civil or criminal).

Visiting Scholar

Master’s degree earned with highest honors in Litigation and Dispute Resolution from The George Washington University Law School, Washington, DC (2016). Bachelor’s Degree in Law from the Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru, Summa cum laude, Lima, Peru (2012).

Visiting Scholar Term of Stay

From October 17, 2017 to January 16, 2018

Workshop Date

2018

Keywords

trial advocacy, U.S. adversarial system

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Law | Legal Education

Essential Trial Advocacy Skills: What We Can Learn from the U.S. Adversarial System

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