MLSC, Briggs and Morgan and the Minnesota Chapter of the American College of Trial Lawyers Present:
Legal Services Trial Practice Series
March 2012 – October 2012
The Minnesota Legal Services Coalition is happy to announce an outstanding training opportunity being made available to legal services attorneys who are looking to improve their abilities and comfort in the courtroom. The Minnesota Chapter of the American College of Trial Lawyers (ACTL) has volunteered to do a hands-on series of trainings in a simulated courtroom setting. This NITA-type training series emphasizes learning trial skills through immersion in a mock courtroom, constructive faculty critique from top-notch litigators and lecture/demonstration drills.
This is a 11-part CLE training with semi-monthly sessions running from March 2012 through October 2012. The pair of trainings offered each month will be on a different topic. The first session of each month, the ACTL lawyers will demonstrate the needed skills for that topic and give expert practitioner advice. The following session, each participant will have the opportunity to practice that skill and get feedback from the trainers in a mock courtroom setting. Each session builds on the previous lessons and feedback, and offers a personalized training experience designed to dramatically improve your trial skills.
12+ hours of hands-on, interactive CLE credits are available.
Cost: This training series is free to legal services attorneys.
This training series is open to legal services attorneys only.
To register for the Legal Services Trial Practice Series,
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