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Public Speaking

B507 is taught by Currell

This course will be an intensive working session with the following components:

a. Explore the essentials of an effective speech or presentation with an emphasis on

communicating complex information in a legal context outside the parameters of a courtroom (e.g., communicating to clients; making public policy recommendations; presenting a problem statement and analysis to a management team; communicating an action plan for a transaction);

b. Apply the principles of constructing an effective set of presentation materials;

c. In small groups, practice making short presentations, receiving and providing

feedback on those presentations, to develop experience and to internalize the

principles of what works and what doesn t in presentations/public speaking;

d. Build and present a larger presentation to be delivered on the fourth day of class.