Renowned Family Law Trial Institute in Houston Opens for Registration for 2015 Program

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The National Family Law Trial Institute is comprised of a faculty of well-known experts from the fields of family law, evidence, cross-examination, taxation, business valuation, psychological evaluation and legal ethics. Participants in the annual program are grouped based on experience and provided a combination of classroom demonstration, individualized training, critique and evaluation.

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“Whether you’re new to the practice of family law or an experienced litigator in the field, we make sure you leave the program with a renewed sense of confidence and a refined set of trial skills,” said Sherri Evans, faculty member.

The National Family Law Trial Institute announced that registration for its 2015 Family Law Trial Advocacy Training Program opened today. Consisting of an intensive eight days of participation, lecture and evaluation, this year’s program will take place May 16-23, at the South Texas College of Law. Two advanced training sessions are also available: Advanced Cross-Examination, May 17-18, and Advanced Business Valuation, May 18-21. The goal of the program is to hone the trial skills of family law attorneys of all experience levels and from jurisdictions across the nation.

Started in 1986, the National Family Law Trial Institute is comprised of a faculty of well-known experts from the fields of family law, evidence, cross-examination, taxation, business valuation, psychological evaluation and legal ethics. Participants in the annual program are grouped based on experience and provided a combination of classroom demonstration, individualized training, critique and evaluation. “Whether you’re new to the practice of family law or an experienced litigator in the field, we make sure you leave the program with a renewed sense of confidence and a refined set of trial skills,” said Sherri Evans, faculty member.

Nationally recognized expert and teacher Roger Dodd will instruct this year’s Advanced Cross-Examination session. Teaching the Advanced Business Valuation session are valuation expert Jay E. Fishman and South Carolina attorney Tim Madden, who has extensive litigation experience in complex marital property and business valuation. Space is limited to eight participants for each of these sessions.

To register or learn more about the National Family Law Trial Institute in Houston, including a detailed schedule for this year’s program, faculty members, pricing and accommodations, please visit: https://www.familylawtrialinstitute.org.

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