Spread the word! National Trial Academy returning to the NJC

Judges, do you know any tort trial and insurance lawyers? You may want to tell them about this upcoming opportunity at the NJC.

The National Trial Academy will be held April 14-18, 2018, at the College. The academy, which has been held here for several years, is accepting 36 participants this year – approximately 18 from both the plaintiff and defense bars.

Named the country’s top “Boot Camp for Lawyers” in the ABA Journal, the trial academy offers a unique, interactive, diverse program where the country’s top trial attorneys serve as personal mentors to new attorneys during a mock trial.

The academy is sponsored by the ABA’s Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Section and the American Board of Trial Advocates.

If you know of anybody who may be interested, please share this brochure, which has more information on the academy and details on how to register.

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