Flexible. Strategic. Effective. No matter what you’re looking for in professional development at your firm or organization, you can find it at NITA. Combining a time-tested, learning-by-doing method with a group of faculty made up of the nation’s leading practitioners, judges, and law professors make NITA in-house programs unrivaled in quality, effectiveness, and relevance.
As the market leader in skills training programs for law firms and governmental entities, NITA has trained over 7,000 attorneys at nearly 200 professional development programs in just the last few years. Drawing from our 47 years of training experience, our programs are unmatched in quality and relevance to the profession.
We have expanded our training menu to address the core competencies needed of both corporate and litigation associates. NITA's learning-by-doing programs are known for developing the following fundamental skills clients expect from associates:
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NITA has recently expanded its training options to address the core competencies in advocacy and business skills demanded by today's marketplace. Whether your firm is in the process of reviewing your training efforts to ensure they meet your core competency goals, in the initial stages of formalizing training efforts, or looking to augment an existing training program, NITA is a leading resource for addressing your professional development needs.
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NITA Program Director Ed Sullivan tells viewers how a NITA program is different from other CLE courses through its learning-by-doing strategy, diverse teaching techniques, and more!
"Frankly, because many of us are not independently wealthy, the NITA Foundation enables us to do together what most of us could not do individually: underwrite millions of dollars in scholarships for worthy recipients. Being a part of that is very satisfying."Elizabeth Sher, NITA Faculty
"We cannot allow the best and the brightest advocates with a commitment to public service to become disheartened due to inability to afford professional skills training. We need to provide more in the way of support."Zelda Harris, NITA Faculty