A mock trial will be presented to incoming pharmacy students at Auburn University on Friday.
The trial, part of the Harrison School of Pharmacy's Foundations of Pharmacy orientation course, will involve arguments and deliberations in a fictional $375 million civil law suit against a pharmacist.
Attorney Mark Conradi, an AU pharmacy graduate, will be the defense attorney while Robbie Treese , a prosecutor with the Lee County district attorney's Office, with be the prosecutor. Kenney Gibbs with the Lee County district attorney's office, will be the judge.
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