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Albert J. Moore

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Albert J. Moore teaches Trial Advocacy and Depositions and Discovery in the Clinical Program, which he helped pioneer. He has received both a University Distinguished Teaching Award and the UCLA School of Law's Rutter Award for Excellence in Teaching.

Before joining UCLA, Professor Moore was a business litigator at the Los Angeles firms of Riordan & McKinzie and Nossaman, Krueger & Marsh.

Professor Moore writes on developing systematic approaches to teaching persuasive trial and deposition strategies and techniques. His publications include Demystifying the First Year of Law School (with David Binder), Deposition Questioning Strategies and Techniques (2001) (with David Binder and Paul Bergman), Nolo's Deposition Handbook (2nd ed., 2001) (with Paul Bergman), and Trial Advocacy: Inferences, Arguments, Techniques (1996) (with David Binder and Paul Bergman).

 

David A. Binder

Photo - David A. Binder David Binder is a pioneer in developing clinical methods of teaching law. He currently teaches Civil Procedure and Depositions and Discovery in Complex Litigation. He is a recipient of both the University's Distinguished Teaching Award and the School of Law's Rutter Award for Excellence in Teaching; and after only two years at UCLA, the Class of 1972 elected him Professor of the Year. In 2001, the School of Law honored him with a special award commemorating his thirty years of dedication to clinical legal education.

Before joining the School of Law, Professor Binder was a partner in the law firm of Brown & Brown in Los Angeles and served as director of litigation for the Western Center on Law and Poverty between 1969 and 1970. He has spent several summers teaching introductory courses on American law at various universities in China.

Professor Binder has published pioneering clinical scholarship, including several books with Professors Albert Moore and Paul Bergman that grow out of his focus on fact development and its relation to inferential proof and argument at trial, including Demystifying The First Year of Law School with Albert J. Moore (2009), Deposition Questioning Strategies and Techniques (2001), and Trial Advocacy: Inferences, Arguments, Techniques (1996). He also co-authored Lawyers as Counselors: A Client Centered Approach (2nd Edition) with Professor Paul Bergman, Susan Price, and Paul Tremblay of Boston College Law School (2004).