Mock Trial Videos
Irving Younger’s Ten Commandments of Cross Examination
International Assoc. of Defense Counsel Videos
DNA Analysis and Forensics
PLEASE NOTE that students are limited ONLY to the case materials in preparing for the mock trial competitions! These additional resources may NOT be referenced in any way in competition.
If you wish to explore DNA and forensic analysis further for your own benefit, check out the resources below.
A website with links to lots of resources about forensic science, including organizations, publications, and schools offering degrees in forensic science.
Article written by Dr. Max Noureddine, PhD, and Susan H. Johnson, MPH
DNA Analysis: A Brief Introduction
An excellent online resource covering numerous aspects of Forensics, including DNA analysis, fingerprint analysis, firearms identification, and many others. Be sure to check out the “Resources & References” links at the end of each topic.
Principles of Forensic DNA for Officers of the Court: informative slideshow/video clips
Article on ESPNW about concussions among womens’ soccer players
The UNC student newspaper The Daily Tar Heel published an excellent article on concussion research which is ongoing at UNC; you can read it at http://www.dailytarheel.com/article/2012/10/508614ef3a5f8
Dr. Barbara Osborne, J.D., in the UNC Dept. of Exercise and Sport Science, has published a very informative article on principles of liability for athletic trainers in managing sport-related concussions. You can access the article here: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC155425/
What is Professionalism? A thought-provoking article on legal ethics
How to Buy Your First Professional Wardrobe: dress like a professional on a budget
Building a Business Wardrobe From the Bottom Up: wonderful tips for both men and women
American Board of Trial Advocates
Justice By the People: resource guide for teachers; a hands-on program to teach students about the Constitution and jury system. http://www.abota.org/index.cfm?pg=JusticeByThePeople
Principles of Civility: downloadable resource guide http://www.abota.org/index.cfm?pg=Civility