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WEBINAR: Trial Advocacy & Litigation Skills Online Boot Camp


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This Trial Skills Boot Camp is an online, on-demand criminal defense workshop that covers the most essential trial skills from pretrial motions to sentencing arguments, and everything in-between. Master your craft with over 14 hours of practical, efficient and current CLE training courses and learn from the most seasoned criminal defense leaders from around the country, who’ll share their battle-tested tips and techniques learned from years of real criminal trials. More like on-the-job training videos, this comprehensive trial skills workshop will dig into the minutiae of a variety of criminal trial processes including:

•    Jury Selection vs. De-selection
•    Negotiations and plea agreements
•    Controlling hostile witnesses on cross
•    Secrets of Direct Examination
•    Preparing persuasive and convincing sentencing arguments
•    Getting the most out of Brady Motions
•    Successful impeachments using the RAC Method
•    DNA and Serology issues & More!

This 14-episode Trial Skills Boot Camp can be watched on your own schedule and contains written materials for each presentation. Update your trial skills today and win more of your cases!

WHERE: Online
PRICING: NACDL Members: $159 / Non-Members: $179
CLE CREDIT: This training is approved for approx. 14 - 16.8 hours of self-study CLE general credits, inluding 1 ethics credit, depending on the state, where applicable. Approval is not guaranteed for all states and jurisdictions.

These trainings are eligible for credit in the following states: Alabama (14), Alaska (14), Arizona (14), Arkansas (14), California (14), Georgia (14), Illinois (12.25), Kansas (Pending), Kentucky (Pending), Minnesota (14), Mississippi (pending), Missouri (16.8), New Hampshire (14), New Mexico (14), New Jersey (pending), New York (16.8), North Dakota (pending), Oklahoma (pending), Pennsylvania (14), Rhode Island (pending), Tennessee (pending), Utah (pending), Vermont (14), Washington (14), West Virginia (pending).

ACCESS: A link to access the online training will be provided after registration.


Code of Conduct

NACDL endeavors to foster a working, learning, and social environment free of harassment, discrimination, intimidation, and insult. To that end, NACDL has adopted a Code of Conduct for Affiliated Persons that applies to all attendees and participants of any kind at all NACDL sponsored events.

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