Professor Horton Teaches “Deposition Skills” at Berkeley Law


Professor of Law Thomas Horton

USD Professor of Law & Heidepriem Trial Advocacy Fellow Thomas Horton will be teaching “Deposition Skills” for the National Institute Trial Advocacy (NITA), October 14th-16th at the University of California, Berkeley, School of Law (commonly referred as Berkeley Law or Boalt Hall). The purpose of NITA is to train and mentor lawyers to be competent and ethical advocates in pursuit of justice, and to develop and teach trial advocacy skills to support and promote the effective and fair administration of justice. Professor Horton regularly teaches trial and deposition skills for NITA, and additionally helped teach young South Dakota attorneys trial skills along with other members of the South Dakota Trial Lawyers Bar, as part of the South Dakota Trial Academy’s week long NITA style course at the USD School of Law this summer. For more information about the National Institute of Trial Advocacy, or how to attend one of their many skill building seminars, visit







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