Antitrust Law Section First Trial Training Academy Program
Jacob K. Javits Federal Office Building
26 Federal Plaza, 6th Floor Conference Center
New York City
THIS PROGRAM IS NOW FULL. WE ARE NO LONGER ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS AT THIS TIME.
The Antitrust Law Section of the NYSBA is proud to announce its first Antitrust Trial Training Program and to offer scholarships to permit attendance. This intensive 3-day hands-on program is geared toward young lawyers with an antitrust background who wish to improve their litigation and trial advocacy skills.
Participants attend lectures on various aspects of trial techniques and then put their learning into practice by examining live witnesses and economic experts, presenting evidence, and making oral arguments.
One-on-one critiques will be provided of the students’ videotaped efforts by a faculty made up of NYSBA Antitrust Law Section Executive Committee members and other leading antitrust practitioners.
Attendance at this event offers up to 27.5 MCLE credit hours in Skills. The program is transitional and therefore suitable for newly-admitted attorneys.
NYSBA Members: $100.00
Non-NYSBA Members: $300.00
Non-NYSBA Members: $350.00 (includes one-year membership in NYSBA and Antitrust Law Section, a value of $90-$305 depending on year of admission to the bar)
SCHOLARSHIPS: Two types of scholarship are available. You can apply for both.
The first covers the registration fee for students who certify that they earn less than $125,000 per year.
The second, up to the amount of $1,200 reimburses the out-of-pocket cost of transportation and two nights lodging for students who certify that they do not live in the New York City metropolitan area
(i.e., outside New York City and Westchester and Nassau Counties. It will be paid upon submission of receipts for those expenses.
To apply for one or both scholarships, complete and submit application to Lori Nicoll at firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline for applying for this program has been extended to Friday, April 14th.
Attendance is limited to 24 participants. Register early to ensure your participation in this extraordinary program.