The National Family Law Trial Institute in Houston
Whether you are new to the practice of family law and want to develop confidence and experience in the courtroom or you are an experienced litigator seeking to improve your courtroom presence, the National Family Law Trial Institute is the preeminent family law trial skills and family law advocacy course. The institute combines the latest technology with its time-tested learn by repetition teaching format in small group and individual settings to instill litigation skills and techniques.
Only a Few Openings Left in The May 2016 Programs
- 8-day Regular Program, May 21 to May 28 – only a few openings left
- 2-day Advanced Cross-Examination Program, May 23 to May 24 – a second program is made available to just a few people
- 4-day Advanced Custody Program, May 23 to May 26 – only 2 spots available
To learn more about the programs, click here.
To register, click here.
The Distinguished Faculty
The nationally renowned faculty of the National Family Law Trial Institute includes top family law litigators, jurists, and forensic experts from across the country. These faculty members are recognized authorities in the fields of evidence, family law advocacy, cross-examination, taxation, business valuation, psychological evaluation and legal ethics. They have held leadership positions in the American Bar Association, the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, the American College of Family Trial Lawyers, the International Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers as well as state and local bar associations.
Great Discounts at the Four Seasons Hotel Will Expire on April 26
|Room Type||Family Law Rate||Best Available Rate|
|Superior Accommodations||$ 212||$ 375|
|Deluxe Accommodations||$ 232||$ 415|
|Deluxe Poolside||$ 242||$ 475|
|Four Seasons Executive Suite||$ 242||$ 445|
Register Now Before the Few Remaining Spots are Taken!
Don’t miss this fabulous trial skills training program and the opportunity to stay at this wonderful hotel at a very reduced rate. Register now before the classes are full.