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Written by Roy Black

The FIU College of Law Trial Advocacy Program is presenting the second in their Storytelling Series lectures this Thursday, February 7, 2013. This is an essential event for trial lawyers, and I recommend you don’t miss this opportunity. The Storytelling Series is another great program developed by director H.T. Smith and assistant director Scott Fingerhut. I have been fortunate to participate in several of their events and classes and have been impressed by their programs. This year they have one of the nation’s top trial lawyers, Tom Mesereau, as their speaker. Tom is a friend of mine and I can assure you his talk will be worth listening to.

The law school has made enormous strides under the stewardship of Dean Alex Acosta. The last time I was on the campus Alex gave me a tour of the school’s new facilities and they are first class. The law school has a dedicated group of students, especially in the trial advocacy program. I was fortunate to work with their class doing trial exercises. Expect more great events from the FIU Trial Advocacy Program.  Click here for more information and to register for this free program.

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  1. W. Clint Moore's Gravatar W. Clint Moore
    February 9, 2013 at 10:21 pm | Permalink

    Thank you, Mr. Black. See you in the field.

    -W. Clint Moore
    3rd year FIU law student and trial advocacy program participant

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