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National Institute for Trial Advocacy
1685 38th St, Boulder, CO 80301, United States
(303) 953-6800
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At NITA's building Trial skills San Francisco you will start by working on all aspects of a trial: opening/closing, direct/cross, impeachment, jury selection, storytelling, etc. Then to end the program you execute a full jury trial, getting to watch real jurors deliberate via closed circuit TV then have a chance to ask them questions and hear their feedback. It doesn't get more real life than this. http://ow.ly/LgqFu
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During this Building Trial Skills program from NITA that is held at #pittlaw, you will learn verbal, non-verbal and visual communication techniques while practicing the art of thinking and communicating on your feet, without notes. Additionally, you will perform as trial counsel before a real jury then have a chance to ask the jurors questions and hear their feedback. http://ow.ly/LS0Aa
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New Blog Post. (April 2015 Executive Director’s Letter: Clarity of Purpose)
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Held at SMU, NITA's building Trial Skills Dallas is designed to maximize the amount of skills training while taking up only four weekdays and will change the way you approach trials. Following your live and recorded performances you will be given feedback and critique from the renowned NITA faculty, led by Program Director Paul Enriquez. http://ow.ly/LgpcO
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Held at Georgetown Law NITA's building trial skills program uses learning-by-doing exercises as well as innovative lectures and trial demonstrations by the faculty. Following your live and digitally recorded performances, you will be given instant feedback and critique (not criticism) from the renowned national NITA faculty of master advocates and trainers.
http://ow.ly/LgnDb
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Watch NITA faculty Cindy McCollum talk about NITA's Building Trial Skills in Dallas
http://ow.ly/LgktL
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In its Fifth Edition, Deposition Rules remains the essential deposition handbook for busy practitioners: a ready and convenient, on-the-go reference, it provides quick access to the rules, procedures, and practices that govern deposition practice, and it answers the most commonly asked questions about depositions. Available in ePub http://ow.ly/LgpRY and Mobi http://ow.ly/LgpTi formats.
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Should this federal judge be impeached? http://ow.ly/LgpwW
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New Blog Post. (NITA Movie Review: “Why, that’s bigamy!” “Yes, and it’s big of me, too!”)
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The NITA Foundation is thrilled to share our donor acknowledgement video to exhibit the valued friendship and partnership with the International Society of Barristers. Their donation in 2014 supported defined scholarships to NITA trial skills programs, called the International Society of Barristers Craig Spangenberg/John Liber Scholarships. View our video below.
https://youtu.be/TSMlUoOteSs
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This eBook, The Articulate Attorney, will help you discover answers to these common questions:
How do I channel my nervous energy into dynamic delivery?
What’s the best way to remember what I want to say?
How do I stop saying um and think in silence instead?
Why is gesturing so important?
What should I do with my hands?
What’s the best way to use PowerPoint?
Available at NITA's bookstore in ePub http://ow.ly/LgmiC and Mobi formats http://ow.ly/Lgmkf
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We are starting a new Q & A for our NITA Followers. Please submit any questions you might have regrading trial advocacy and how to improve your skills here. We will have one of our expert faculty members answer it for you.
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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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Phone
(303) 953-6800
Address
1685 38th St, Boulder, CO 80301, United States
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