Friday, May 29, 2015


The Advanced Trial Advocacy Institute 2015 is just around the corner - June 15-19, 2015. ATAI is held at Seattle University Law School. The Institute is a CLE program co-sponsored by two prestigious organizations - the American College of Trial Lawyers and the American Board of Trial Advocates – and is offered in SU’s Summer Academy.
The Advanced Trial Advocacy Institute offers a proven approach to trial practice. Combining premier trial principles and strategies, participants prepare and try a case, including: conducting jury selection, presenting opening statement and closing argument, and examining witnesses. Participants’ performances are video recorded, and participants will receive individualized feedback from communication specialists, veteran trial lawyers, and judges.

Participants learn from and watch trial advocacy demonstrations by the best. The distinguished faculty includes: Hon. Terrence A. Carroll (ret.); Hon. John H. Chun; Thomas Lemly, Jeffery Robinson; Hon. John P. Erlick; Barbara Frost; Karen Koehler; Hon. Dean Lum; Lisa Marchese; Amy Forbis; Sim Osborn; Stephen Penner; Jeffrey Tilden, and other successful trial attorneys.

TUITION: General Registration (in person only): $1,499 • SU School of Law Alumni: $1,399

For complete information about the distinguished faculty, course schedule and registration for the Advanced Trial Advocacy Institute, click here. 

The course is designed for beginning trial lawyers who are seeking a firm foundation in the finest trial skills through more experienced trial lawyers who want to take their skills to a higher level.

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