Under the skilled instruction of Joey Novick, a lawyer, stand-up comedian and improv actor, you are invited to enhance and build improv skills for lawyers.
Joey Novick’s work has been prominently featured in the New York Times, the AP Newswire, Washington Post, Press of Atlantic City, Newark Star-Ledger, ABC News, the Jersey Journal and National Public Radio.
For past clients, Improv for Lawyers has been certified by both New York State Continuing Legal Education and the New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education as an accredited course where participants earn three (3) CLE credits in the “skills” category.
Attorneys develop the ability to enhance their trial skills, negotiate more productive settlements, improve their mediation skills and attract new clients. Often, thinking fast and reacting in the moment is the difference between success and failure as a lawyer.
Improv for Lawyers develops skills in dealing with the unexpected, trusting intuition, active listening, agreement and other critical legal skills that are supported by the fundamentals of improvisation.
Most CLE “skills” courses merely give you information — Improv for Lawyers provides a supportive learning experience that gives all lawyers the opportunity to practice in a safe and comfortable environment.
These are the same skills as exhibited by the funny folks on Saturday Night Live, Second City, the Improv Olympic, the Upright Citizens Brigade, and the People’s Improv Theater.
This course has been approved for both newly admitted and experienced attorneys. For a copy of our financial aid policy, or to apply for financial aid please contact Improv for Lawyers at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This interactive and inspirational workshop offers useful information for critical thinking on one’s feet, communicating effectively and working with others on your team. All levels, no experience or humor required; you don’t have to be funny.