Harry J. Winograd joins the faculty of nationally recognized judges and trial lawyers for the 2021 Emory University School of Law Kessler-Eidson Trial Techniques Program. Initially modeled after the National Institute for Trial Advocacy programs, Emory focuses on integrating second-year law student knowledge of substantive evidence with practical trial skills through a “learn-by-doing” format. The program concludes this week with over 60 court trials which provide students with a foundation in trial advocacy and to develop confidence in their presentation skills. This year’s class includes over 250 students from more than a dozen countries. When founded in 1982, the program was modeled after the National Institute for Trial Advocacy’s program for teaching practicing lawyers. Emory’s Trial Techniques Program is the largest trial advocacy program for law students in the nation and has been recognized by the American College of Trial Lawyers which has twice conferred on Emory’s program the Emil Gumpert Award for excellence in the teaching of trial advocacy. To learn more about this exceptional program, click here.