In the past, lawyers learned trial practice in on-the-job training after completing law school. Today, graduates need to be prepared for the challenges that face them in the courtroom before they step into it.

Here at GGU Law's Litigation Center, we welcome students who are dedicated to improving their advocacy skills, and are open to innovative and professional approaches to learning.

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Submissions from 2021

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The Exhibit, The Litigation Center Newsletter - Spring 2021, Golden Gate University School of Law

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The Exhibit, The Litigation Center Newsletter - Summer 2021, Golden Gate University School of Law

Submissions from 2020

In Vino Veritas 2020, Golden Gate University School of Law

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The Exhibit, the Litigation Center Newsletter - Spring 2020, Golden Gate University School of Law

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The Exhibit, the Litigation Center Newsletter - Summer 2020, Golden Gate University School of Law

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The Exhibit, the Litigation Center Newsletter - Winter 2020, Golden Gate University School of Law

"True Crime Nexflix Series: The Impacts of Litigation as Home Entertainment, Golden Gate University School of Law

Submissions from 2019

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The Exhibit, the Litigation Center Newsletter - Spring 2019, Golden Gate University School of Law

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The Exhibit, the Litigation Center Newsletter - Summer 2019, Golden Gate University School of Law

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The Exhibit, the Litigation Center Newsletter - Winter 2019, Golden Gate University School of Law

Submissions from 2018

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Newsletter, Spring 2018, Golden Gate University School of Law

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The Exhibit, the Litigation Center Newsletter - Fall 2018, Golden Gate University School of Law

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The Exhibit, the Litigation Center Newsletter - Winter 2018, Golden Gate University School of Law

Submissions from 2017

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Newsletter, Fall 2017, Golden Gate University School of Law

Submissions from 2015

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2015 In Vino Veritas Competition, Wes R. Porter

Submissions from 2014

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2014 Reception, Wes R. Porter

Submissions from 2013

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2013 In Vino Veritas Competition, Wes R. Porter

Submissions from 2012

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Judges Invitation for The First Annual GGU Professor Bernie L. Segal Criminal Mock Trial Competition: In Vino Veritas, Wes R. Porter