Forensic Speech and Legal Negotiation Workshop for Law School Students
DID YOU KNOW THAT…?
… your future professional success will depend to a large extent on your eloquence, your ability to persuade and convince? Law graduates are not only required to have legal knowledge but also the ability to convey information, persuade, build trust and convey confidence.
HAVE YOU EVER ASKED YOURSELF...?
…after an oral presentation, if you have managed to convey the message you wanted to convey? If you have managed to convince?
“He who can think but cannot express what he thinks is on the same level as he who cannot think” (Pericles).
Sign up for the workshop on Forensic Speech and Legal Negotiation, on 4 and 5 May, at 15:30, in Room 001, taught by lawyer NEREA RUIZ, professor of Forensic Speech on the Master’s Degree in Law and Legal Practice. In order to attend, you must register through this link, by 30 April. As these are eminently practical sessions, they will be face-to-face and, if necessary, those registered will be divided into two groups, on 4 and 5 May, respectively. On Monday, 3 May, you will receive the list of registered participants, with the designated day.
Participants will receive a certificate of attendance.
Therefore, sign up as soon as possible so as not to be left out. You will learn techniques and skills for effective communication: modulating your voice, making the right pauses, emphasising the most important points, and using body language to reinforce your message and add credibility.