Class Limited to 20 Seats for Maximum Interaction
Program Created & Presented by Law School Prof. Matthew R. Litt, Esq.
A full-day interactive workshop. Accelerate your career by learning how to think, write, problem-solve, and argue like a lawyer. For non-lawyers only. Learn the secrets and an innovative new approach to persuasion and strategic thinking from law school writing professor Matthew R. Litt, Esq.
This workshop will have you thinking in a powerful new way, and provide you with everything you need to write more persuasive marketing materials, formal letters, informal email, and memos as soon as you return to the office. Registration is $185.
Matthew R. Litt, Esq. is the bestselling author of Christmas 1945 - The True Story of the Greatest Celebration in American History. He has written for Time magazine, been profiled in the ABA Journal, NJ Law Journal, and Law Crossing, and appeared on countless television and radio shows including CBS’s Great Day Washington, NBC’s South Florida Today, and NPR’s Here & Now.
He was an adjunct professor of Legal Research and Writing at Seton Hall Law School from 2009-2014, annually earning student evaluations ranking him among the school’s best faculty.
Matthew was a practicing attorney for 13 years and the Appellate Practice Chair at one of NJ's laegest law firms before resigning to start Lincolnesq to apply his persuasive writing and oration to different use, and is admitted to practice law in New York and New Jersey, and in the District Courts of the EDNY, SDNY, NDNY and DNJ. He graduated from the University of Connecticut School of Law in 2002, and Ithaca College in 1999.
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