The trainings in our Litigation Skills Series feature both demonstrations and a chance to get on your feet. Our faculty are experienced, talented, and devoted to pro bono and public interest law. Past faculty has included judges from DC Superior Court and DC Court of Appeals, and lawyers from the DOJ Civil Rights Division, DC Public Defender Service, Legal Aid Society of DC, and Children’s Law Center.
Our trainings are comprehensive, public interest focused, and affordable – they cost far less than comparable trainings offered in Washington, DC.
Walk A Month Poverty Simulation will take place on Friday, March 9 from 1:30-5:00 pm at American University, Washington College of Law, in Claudio Grossman Hall (4300 Nebraska Avenue NW). This training is free. Register here.
Litigation Skills Series: Moving Documents Into Evidence will take place on Tuesday, March 13 from noon to 2:30 pm at at Arnold & Porter (601 Massachusetts Avenue NW). Register here.
And our two-day Litigation Skills Series: Trial Advocacy will be held on Thursday, May 3 and Friday, May 4 at Arnold & Porter (601 Massachusetts Avenue NW). Training costs are $85 WCL Members; $125 public-interest & government; $175 law firm/general. Scholarships are available. Register here.