Mizzou Law's life skills course goes beyond the classroom.
The Historical and Theatrical Trial Society (HATTS) is a group of students and faculty dedicated to exploring the intersection of law, history and theatre. Each year HATTS presents a new trial. Previous HATTS trials have featured Lewis and Clark’s supposed theft of a Native American’s canoe, Al Capone’s role in the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre, Missouri Gov. Thomas Crittenden’s alleged bounty on the head of outlaw Jesse James, and the trial of Dr. Victor Frankenstein.
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