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National Institute for Trial Advocacy
1685 38th St, Boulder, CO 80301, United States
(303) 953-6800
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Read it Here: Handshakes Banned at Harvard Law Graduation http://ow.ly/bTWU300C30o
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What are your plans for the Memorial Day weekend?
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Fill in the blanks: Practicing law without litigation skills is like being a ________without a _
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Read it here. Professor Steven Lubet, author of the second, third, and fourth editions of NITA’s famed Modern Trial Advocacy, appeared as co-author of an opinion piece in The National Law Journal (May 9, 2016). His question -- the impact of a long-term, short-handed and potentially divided SCOTUS -- is on the minds of many lawyers and citizens. Professor Lubet is the Williams Memorial Professor of Law at Northwestern University Pritzker Law School, and a long-term leading NITA faculty member. Co-author Professor Geyh is the John F. Kimberling Professor of Law at Indiana University Maurer School of Law.
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Read it Here: Why Does Friday the 13th Scare Us So Much? http://ow.ly/EYSE3008Cmt
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Sign up for NITA's Building Trial Skills: San Francisco, where you will discover and master techniques taught by our highly renowned faculty including trial lawyers, judges, and professors who have been teaching trial advocacy for decades. Some of the skills you will learn include: witness examinations, communication, impeachment, voir dire, and much more! So sign up today and gain the confidence you need for your next court appearance. http://ow.ly/tOE93003rDp
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Read it Here: Ducklings Parade Through Massachusetts Elementary School http://ow.ly/4nvZ7c
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Join NITA for Deposition Skills: Chicago and follow our "learning-by-doing" approach to perfect your deposition skills! The program runs June 15-17 at Loyola University School of Law. Here, you will learn skills such as theory testing, making objections, witness preparation, and much more. Sign up today and gain the skills and confidence to advance your deposition skills now. http://ow.ly/NoLN300C3x9
This program offers you direct mentoring and constructive critique from a faculty that includes trial lawyers who have taken and defended hundreds of depositions. Additional feedback is provided by distinguished professors and judges with a track record of success teaching trial advocacy.
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Join NITA at Building Trial Skills: Puerto Rico, June 13-17 where you will discover and master techniques taught by our world class faculty. Some skills you will learn include: impeachment, opening and closing arguments, expert examination, and jury selection. Sign up today and we'll see you in Puerto Rico! http://ow.ly/L5ra300fV2W
Here you'll discover and master techniques in a supportive enviornment staffed by our world class faculty. This program offers you direct mentoring and constructive critique from a faculty that includes trial lawyers, judges and professors who have all been teaching trial advocacy for decades.
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Sign up for NITA's free live webcast presentation, "Constitutionalizing Your Objections in a Criminal Case" which airs Friday, May 20th. Secure your spot today and learn about a wide variety of recurring constitutional issues that arise in criminal cases such as at guilty pleas, at jury trials, and at sentencing. http://ow.ly/zkf83003wiO
Brent Newton, author of three NITA books on criminal procedure and an adjunct law professor at Georgetown and American Universities, will explain the importance of defense counsel's "constitutionalizing" objections in a criminal case. He will address a wide variety of recurring constitutional ...
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In the age of social media, how do you believe it can benefit your practice?
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Who is your favorite TV attorney and why?
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The National Institute for Trial Advocacy (NITA) is the nation’s leading provider of legal advocacy skills training. A 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization based in Boulder, Colorado, NITA pioneered the legal skills learning-by-doing methodology over 40 years ago and has since remained the ultimate standard in continuing legal education.

Specialties

Trial Skills, Deposition Skills, Writing Persuasive Briefs, Learning-by-Doing

Hours
Monday8:00 am–5:00 pm
Tuesday8:00 am–5:00 pm
Wednesday8:00 am–5:00 pm
Thursday8:00 am–5:00 pm
Friday8:00 am–5:00 pm
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(303) 953-6800
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1685 38th St, Boulder, CO 80301, United States
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