Join NITA instructor Nicole Westbrook as she teaches litigators how to master telling their client’s story for the camera.
Remote arbitration during COVID-19 showed litigators the camera’s potential to diminish what we do as litigators unless done well. There’s no question that presenting via video what is typically done in-person, and live in a courtroom, can take a lot away from the value a litigator brings as an individual counselor. In a sense, video arbitration can be an equalizer where both good and bad attorneys get the same results.
Learn how litigators can master telling their client’s story for the camera from NITA instructor Nicole Westbrook, a corporate litigator with Denver-based Jones & Keller. In this hour-long complimentary webcast, Nicole will cover the smart work to do upfront and during arbitration to gain the upper hand throughout deliberations.
July 8, 2021 | 10:00 AM PDT | 1:00 PM EDT
Can’t make the live presentation? This webcast will be available to view on demand on July 9 at NITA.org.
The National Institute for Trial Advocacy (NITA) is a Boulder, Colorado-based not-for-profit providing lawyers with training in trial advocacy skills. Learn more at NITA.org.
Nicole Westbrook has 15 years of litigating business matters and achieving outcomes that improve her clients’ lives. From defamation to breach of fiduciary duties to fraud, complex contract disputes, commercial real estate litigation, multi-level marketing (MLM) disputes, and all else between, she tries and argues matters from both sides of the aisle, plaintiff and defendant, in federal and state courts and arbitration venues throughout the United States. A former federal law clerk in the busiest trial court in the United States, her trial practice focuses on one thing: the success of her clients. Nicole can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.