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Prof. Barbara Barron Directs, Teaches NITA Skills Course on Investigative Techniques for SEC

Barbara S. Barron, Professor of Skills, Director of the Trial Techniques Program, Director of Student Advocacy Programs and Faculty Advisor to Moot Court Board

Professor Barbara S. Barron was program director and lead teacher for the National Institute for Trial Advocacy visionaries investigative techniques skills course conducted at the Security and Exchange Commission’s headquarters in Washington, D.C., from Sept. 26-28.

The course is part of the SEC’s nationwide effort to train lawyers in its enforcement unit. The September course was the sixth in the series.

Professor Barron lectured on basic questioning skills as well as handling evasive and difficult witnesses.

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