Teaching Advocacy Skills, May 26-28, 2012

This program is an experiential learning opportunity designed to increase the knowledge, skills and effectiveness of anyone teaching advocacy. Participants spend the first day of the conference learning from recognized experts involved in the best skills program in the nation. During the second day, participants learn and practice the Stetson method for teaching advocacy in a collaborative environment that exponentially increases their opportunities for growth as a teacher and mentor. The final day of the program is an intense experience under the direct tutelage of a master of communication art. Participants leave the conference with all the tools necessary to develop their own organization-specific paradigms that will improve the advocacy programs at their schools and firms.


We are approved for 23.5 hours of general Continuing Legal Education credit with The Florida Bar. Stetson University College of Law does not pay the application fee for CLE applications in states other than Florida.