In-Person Court Skills Training Court for Non-Profit Attorneys and Accredited Representatives | CLINIC

In-Person Court Skills Training Court for Non-Profit Attorneys and Accredited Representatives

Sponsored by

Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc. (CLINIC) and 

the National Institute for Trial Advocacy (NITA)

 

 

September 26th-28th


 

Location:

Baker McKenzie
300 East Randolph Street, Suite 5000, Chicago, IL

 

This training is for non-profit attorneys (all experience levels) and accredited representatives with full accreditation.

See CLINIC's training calendar to find court skills training for partially accredited representatives.

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CLINIC is collaborating with the National Institute for Trial Advocacy (NITA) to offer a three-day skills training for immigration court advocates. This training is focused on lawyers and advocates who have some court background and want to improve their skills through an intensive training experience with meaningful critique from experienced practitioners.

In advance of the in-person training, participants must (a) view selected recorded webinars on removal proceedings; (b) view recorded NITA videos on trial skills, and (c) review training materials, including a sample court file, sent to participants in advance of the in-person training.

Tuition costs are covered through NITA’s public service initiative so there is no fee for the training. Accommodations and most meals will be provided for a small fee. Registration for either of these trainings is on a first-received basis. 


Meals: Breakfast, lunch, and snacks provided by our generous host, Baker & McKenzie, LLP. Participants to provide their own dinner.
Lodging: Participant to cover lodging costs. Participants will be provided with a list of nearby local lodging options.
Travel Costs: Participant to cover travel costs

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