Charles H. Rose III - Publications

Charles H. Rose III

Director, Center for Excellence in Advocacy; Professor of Excellence in Trial Advocacy

B.A., Indiana University at South Bend
J.D., University of Notre Dame
LL.M., The Judge Advocate General's School, United States Army

Courses Taught:
Criminal Procedure, Depositions Practice, Evidence, Professional Responsibility, Trial Advocacy, Advanced Advocacy I (L.L.M.), Persuasion Theory (L.L.M.), Conducting Effective Discovery (L.L.M.)


Selected Books

Fundamental Trial Advocacy, 3rd Edition (Fall 2015, West Academic Publishing).

Mastering Trial Advocacy, 1st Edition (Fall 2013, West Academic Publishing).

Evidence: Practice Under the Rules, 4th Edition (Fall 2012, Aspen Publishing) (with Chris Mueller and Laird Kirkpatrick).

Military Crimes and Defenses, 2nd Edition (Fall 2012, Lexis Publishing) (with Dave Schlueter, Vic Hansen and Chris Behan).

Selected Articles

Caging the Beast: Formulating Effective Evidentiary Rules to Deal with Sexual Predators. UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS LAW SCHOOL, AMERICAN JOURNAL OF CRIMINAL LAW.

Should the Tail Wag the Dog? The Potential Effects of Recidivism Data on Character Evidence. NEW MEXICO LAW REVIEW.

Selected Advocacy Programs

Senior Instructor and Presenter, Comparative Advocacy
St. Hughs College, Oxford, England, July 2015

Senior Instructor and Presenter, Advanced Legal Storytelling: The Persuasive Use of the Law, Skill and Art of Advocacy
University College, Dublin, Ireland, July 2015

Chair, Instructor and Presenter, Educating Advocates: Teaching Advocacy Skills
Stetson University College of Law, May 2008 - May 2015

Senior Instructor and Presenter, Teacher Advocacy Training
Buffalo University College of Law, August 2014

Senior Instructor and Presenter, Deposition Skills Training
Federal Trade Commission, Washington D.C., Dec 2014, July 2014, October 2015

Instructor and Presenter, NITA Public Service Program
Louisville, Colorado, August 2006, August 2007, August 2008, August 2009

Instructor, NITA Train the Trainer Program
Harvard Law School, Boston, Massachusetts, TOPIC: Utilizing the NITA method to Teach Trial Advocacy Skills, March 2005, March 2006, March 2007