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The Effective Deposition Enhanced Edition Merges Reading and Watching

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NITA is excited to announce the release of The Effective Deposition Enhanced Edition. This enhanced e-book incorporates two hours of video content throughout the text and includes demonstration vignettes and commentary from the authors, David Malone and Peter Hoffman.

 

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The first of its kind, The Effective Deposition Enhanced Edition takes an innovative step towards the future of publications and education. The videos add valuable content to the already valuable text and the-read-then-watch method enriches the reader’s learning experience.

For example, read the section on Background Information and then watch the vignette.

 

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Vignette topics include: Beginning the Deposition, Stipulations, Information Gathering, Obtaining Admissions, Rapport Building, Mechanics of the Deposition, Objections and Instructions Not to Answer, Attorney Client Privilege, Using the Deposition and much more.

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This post was written by Michelle Windsor, NITA editor.

The Effective Deposition Enhanced Edition is available on iTunes.

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Kindle Fire Winner: Kenya Burnett

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In October we announced the launch of our first NITA Publications that were released as e-books. To celebrate, we ran a drawing to give away a Kindle Fire. On November 1st we randomly selected the winner. Kenya Burnett, a Staff Attorney at Public Benefits Practice Group was the lucky winner.

“Thank you so much for the Kindle Fire. I look forward to all the exciting things I can do such as viewing NITA’s Practical Guide to Federal Evidence.

I am a legal aid attorney with LAF (formerly Legal Assistance Foundation). I practice in the area of public benefits where I represent people living in poverty in their claims for social security disability benefits, Medicaid, SNAP (supplemental nutritional assistance program) and TANF (temporary assistance to needy families). I also represent clients who have had their HIV status disclosed in violation of the Illinois AIDS Confidentiality Act.

I am sure the Kindle Fire will be a great asset for work and play. Thanks again.” – Kenya Burnett

We are extremely excited to be able to offer e-books to our NITA readers, and we have more titles being released this month. You can see the full list of available titles here!