Roger C. Park is the co-author of the Waltz & Park Evidence casebook, the author of a textbook on evidence (Trial Objections) and the author of numerous articles in law journals. He has also co-authored interdisciplinary journal articles on law and psychology. He is the past chair of the Evidence Section of the American Association of Law Schools. 

Professor Park has written over a dozen computer lessons on evidence, civil procedure (with Doug McFarland) and professional responsibility (with Kenneth Kirwin). His evidence lessons won the EDUCOM Higher Education Software award in 1991.

Formerly the Fredrikson & Byron Professor of Law at the University of Minnesota, Professor Park is now the James Edgar Hervey Professor of Law at Hastings College of the Law, University of California. He has also taught as a visiting professor at Boston University Law School, Michigan Law School, and Stanford Law School and as an adjunct at Wellesley College.

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This table shows Lessons and podcasts by this author. It includes Lesson title, CALI Topics for the Lesson, the date the Lesson was published on the CALI website, the date the Lesson was last updated, and run/usage totals for the past 30 and 120 days.

Note: usage information for podcasts is not available here and is marked as N/A.

Lesson Title CALI Topic(s) Latest update Runs Past 30 Days Runs Past 120 Days
Character Evidence Under Federal Rules August 28, 2018
496
1,023
The Concept of Hearsay August 28, 2018
423
734
The Defense Function May 19, 2014
88
192
Demurrers and Judgments on the Pleadings April 6, 2012
24
137
Drafting a Complaint July 13, 2018
61
327
Evidence for Procedure Students February 13, 2017
42
43
Hearsay From Square One: The Definition of Hearsay June 4, 2020
558
1,049
The Hearsay Rule & Its Exceptions April 21, 2020
249
323
Impeachment and Rehabilitation of Witnesses September 27, 2018
133
343
Model Rules of Professional Conduct I: Preliminary Drill August 28, 2019
163
681
Model Rules of Professional Conduct II: Questions and Problems May 19, 2014
63
350
Preclusion February 23, 2015
19
38
Survey of Evidence March 9, 2017
53
147