Masters of Advocacy offers full-day programs for colleges, universities, and law schools. It’s an opportunity for schools to invite a high profile lawyer to campus to make a series of presentations to students, faculty, and the wider community. Students find these presentations exciting and valuable, and administrations find that the program attracts positive publicity and strengthens strategic community partnerships.
Here are just a few of a few of options available:
Often in collaboration with a local Bar, schools organize and promote CLE seminars led by our featured lawyers. The revenue captured by the CLE seminars can offset the expense of the speaker’s fees.
An opportunity for a group of students to participate in a intimate master class setting with a well-known lawyer, taking an in-depth look at a specific legal issue.
Plan an assembly presentation open to faculty, students, and the public where a Masters of Advocacy lawyer can address important social justice issues. This is often an opportunity to explore sponsorships with community partners.
Assemble a panel to join the Masters of Advocacy lawyer for a roundtable discussion of important justice issues -- including race and justice, stand your ground, community policing, police body cameras, and much more.
Invite key faculty and community partners to VIP reception in a personal setting where participants have the opportunity to enjoy one on one time with the Masters of Advocacy program.
Contact us if you are interested in hosting a Masters of Advocacy program at your institution. You’ll find our team will be highly-engaged and will work closely with you to organize the event, promote CLE, and solidify sponsor’s support. Ask for Shawn Vincent at 407-898-5151.