Join NITA in Seattle, an exciting urban city surrounded by unmatched natural beauty. The Seattle University School of Law hosts this course and, as with all of your classrooms, you'll see just how valuable our dynamic teaching methods can be. You'll work with NITA's expert faculty, earning CLE credit through our multi-day sessions that are geared towards all skill levels and areas of advocacy. Our unique learning-by-doing method will put you in the courtroom, practicing everything from jury selection to witness examination.
California has long been a destination for dreamers, from gold hunters to thespians wanting to make the world their stage. In recent times, it's also been home to inventors converting ideas into ground-breaking (and lucrative) technologies. California has been a land of opportunity for many and it could very well be the place where your legal skills training takes place.
Our career-changing courses are offered more frequently than any other organization, giving you dozens of opportunities to plan attendance at a NITA session. This frequency of classes, delivered across the country, gives you greater opportunities to work with your schedule and plan for a time and place that works best for you.
If you know you need to try new skills, improve before a big cases or develop your expertise without being under the watchful eyes of your colleagues or your boss, come to us. It’s safe. We’ll build your skills in a confidential supportive environment.
With a rapidly changing legal profession and workplace, mentorship is becoming more difficult to find. NITA is mentorship reimagined, providing access to the largest community of legal advocates in the world.
Sullivan Hall, home to the Seattle University School of Law, is a five story building housing the law school and law library on the eastern boundary of Seattle University campus. It features a street-front law clinic, media-equipped classrooms, law library, full courtroom, and activity areas. The courtroom is used for class, mock trials and actual court proceedings administrated by local judges.
Sullivan Hall, Seattle WA 98122, USA