National Institute for Trial Advocacy to Hold Trainings at American University Washington College of Law

Trainings Joins Wealth of Events Held at AUWCL on Current Issues

American University Washington College of Law is pleased to host the National Institute for Trial Advocacy (NITA) for two cutting-edge trainings this spring.

NITA, a non-profit organization, is a national leader in providing legal advocacy skills training using a learning-by-doing methodology. Their upcoming programs at AUWCL will cover “Writing Persuasive Briefs” held March 12-13 and “Persuasive Power in the Courtoom” held April 2-3. Learn more about NITA and these programs.

These trainings join a wealth of opportunities held at AUWCL for students and the legal community. AUWCL is  home to a nationally recognized trial advocacy program — the Stephen S. Weinstein Trial Advocacy Program—which offers innovative courses and supportive initiatives to prepare students for litigation. The law school also regularly welcomes students, alumni, judges, scholars, and members of the D.C. and international legal community for events, seminars, panel discussions, expert forums, and Continuing Legal Education (CLE) programs addressing current issues in eDiscovery to alternate dispute resolution to criminal justice and many more. Join AUWCL for a program this spring.