Levinson Axelrod, P.A. Attorney Deborah Hay will be teaching the Persuasion and Advocacy course at Seton Hall School of Law this summer.
Debbie has been an Adjunct Professor at Seton Hall for several years and has previously taught aspiring attorneys on the art of persuasion and advocacy. She’ll be retuning in June for the summer session and will be teaching students essential trial skills that include how to present an opening, direct examination, cross examination, and closing statement, how to impeach witnesses and challenge credibility, and more. She will also oversee a mock trial that takes place at the end of the course.
Deborah Hay’s work as a professor and educator speaks volumes about her skill as a trial attorney. As a former prosecutor in Middlesex County and Atlantic County and a former Assistant Section Chief for the NJ Attorney General’s Office, she’s gained extensive experience litigating complex claims in both state and federal court. Now an Associate at Levinson Axelrod, P.A., she applies her insight to help victims of negligence fight for compensation in cases involving motor vehicle accidents, premises liability, and serious personal injury,