Communication Skills Building Tips for Lawyers

By Dr. Preeti Tewari


Meet your Speaker

Dr. Preeti Tewari

Dr. Preeti Tewari is Associate Professor at Lloyd Law College, Noida, Uttar Pradesh

Dr Tewari is a doctorate in English Literature. She did her Masters in Linguistics and Phonetics from CIEFL (now, EFLU). She has also done Train the Trainer Course and has varied certifications in Soft Skills, BEC training and Human Values and Professional Ethics from institutions like, Infosys, Cambridge University, the British Council and APJAKTU. She has over 17 years of teaching experience and has taught an array of courses like Professional English, Professional Communication, Business Communication, Technical Writing, UCLES BEC and Soft Skills courses to the undergraduate as well as post graduate students. Her research interests include ELT, Phonetics, Business Communication, Soft Skills training and Feminism. She has done theatre also. She is instrumental in conducting tailor made sessions for students across the board in unleashing their hidden potential and making them employable.

What will you learn?

What does good communication mean in the legal profession?

Good communication is essential for any lawyer, regardless of their practice area. Whether you’re negotiating a merger or arguing a motion in court, being able to clearly and effectively communicate with clients, opposing counsel, and judges is key to success. In this blog post, we’ll discuss some tips on how lawyers can improve their communication skills.

This lecture will be a quick and easy introduction to building excellent communication skills. This will help you in communicating with clients, witnesses, and other people you work with on a daily basis. With these skills in hand, you’ll be able to create more effective relationships for growing your career!

Who should attend?

This free Guest Lecture is for anyone who is interested in building great communication skills and a great legal career.

This is a Free Webinar. Please reserve your spot by filling up the form below. The link to access the masterclass will be sent to you on email and SMS.

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