Governo Law Firm Attorney Alec S. Pine to Teach NITA Trial Skills Program in Boston


For his second consecutive year, Governo Law Firm Attorney Alec S. Pine has been invited to join the prestigious teaching faculty of the National Institute for Trial Advocacy's (NITA) Boston Trial Skills Program. NITA is the nation's leading provider of legal advocacy skills training. Each year, NITA assembles a selective teaching faculty of trial lawyers and judges from across the country. Members are selected based on their distinguished reputations for successfully trying numerous complex matters, as well as their commitment to improving the quality of trial advocacy in our nation's courtrooms.

Throughout his career as a trial attorney, Alec has demonstrated professionalism and excellence in the courtroom, earning him recognition from judges, jurors and peers. Alec has also received industry honors for embodying these qualities in practice from Super Lawyers, The National Trial Lawyers, and The National Academy of Personal Injury Attorneys.

The NITA program is tailored to provide practicing attorneys with the opportunity to develop and refine their skills in the arts of trial advocacy, persuasion and communication. As a teaching faculty member, Alec will share his knowledge of best practices in trial advocacy, explain essential evidentiary objections and provide participants with feedback on technique, style and strategy following their live and digitally recorded performances.
This year, the program will highlight Massachusetts newly approved lawyer conducted voir dire. Having conducted voir dire in Massachusetts and New York courts, Alec will share his insight and experience in this emerging area of Massachusetts trial practice.

The program takes place December 4, 2016 through December 9, 2016. If you are interested in learning more about the program, Massachusetts trial practice or the implementation of attorney conducted voir dire, please contact Alec S. Pine at 617.737.9203 or [email protected].