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Regional P&A Advocacy – A NITA Public Service Program

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On April 24 – 26, a group of NITA faculty went to Frankfort, KY for a public service program for 24 attorneys – all from a variety of organizations such as Disability Rights of Pennsylvania, Kentucky Legal Aid, Disability Rights of Ohio, and more. The program was led by Jayme Cassidy, who began teaching with […]

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Congratulations to Judge L. Felipe Restrepo, Mark Caldwell, and Spencer Pahlke – 2018 Award Receipents

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NITA’s Executive Director Wendy McCormack attended the Educating Advocates Conference at Stetson University College of Law where many NITA folks were award recipients. A huge congratulations to Judge L. Felipe Restrepo, Mark Caldwell, and Spencer Pahlke on their awards. Judge L. Felipe Restrepo, who became a NITA faculty member many  years ago and continues to […]

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From the Director’s Desk: May 2018

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I have an obsession with time. It is a fascinating thing―it breeds acknowledgement of things past, gives focus to things present, and instills a vision of things future. Time is a continuum. It can create a sense of accomplishment, or of laziness. It allows us to reflect on the impact of our activities as well […]

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The Legal Significance of Including the Words “If Anything” in a Question at Trial

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written by NITA guest bloggers Marina Kunina and Michael J. Dale Walk into any courtroom in the United States during a trial and one will hear lawyers ask questions like, “What, if anything, happened next?” or “What, if anything, did you do after that?” This article seeks to understand the background, purpose, and place in […]

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Asked and Answered—Isaiah Gross

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If you’ve ever tuned into one of our monthly webcasts, then you’ve seen Isaiah Gross, the man in the “Asked and Answered” hot seat today. Isaiah is one of the stars of the new intro that opens our studio71 webcasts. During production of the video (which we filmed during the National Session in Boulder last […]

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  • Promote justice through effective and ethical advocacy.
  • Train and mentor lawyers to be competent and ethical advocates in pursuit of justice.
  • Develop and teach trial advocacy skills to support and promote the effective and fair administration of justice.
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