The NSU Trial Association (NTA) is an honors co-curricular organization that strives to help students develop their litigation skills so that when they leave law school, they bring with them the tools necessary to be skillful and successful lawyers wherever they may practice. Throughout the year, NTA assembles trial teams to compete in
NTA also hosts at least two in-house competitions during the school year, including its annual regional closing argument competition which is open to competitors from other law schools in Florida. NTA provides not only its Members, but all students who aspire to become compelling litigators, with a variety of resources to develop their litigation skills - including guest speaker events with trial lawyers and judges, training sessions, and CLE seminars.
As an evolution of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America (ATLA), NTA strives to provide students and lawyers with the information and professional assistance needed to serve clients successfully and protect the democratic values inherent in the civil justice system. By connecting students with exceptional trial lawyers in the community, and preparing them to compete against other schools, NTA continues to mold its members into young lawyers who are ready for the real world. Joining NTA is the first step toward building a
Trial Advocacy (3 Credits) LAW 0890 is a prerequisite or corequisite for any student participating
|Michelle Adams||Vice President of External Operations|
|Mallorie Sonenblum||Vice President of Internal Operations|
|Raymond Rafool||Vice President of Competitions|
|Gina Calta||Vice President of Teams|
|Megan Chaney||Director, Trial & Appellate Advocacy & Professor of Law|
Applications for the NSU Trial Association General Board will be released Fall, 2020. For more information please contact Arlette Gomez, President of the NSU Trial Association.