“At first, I was somewhat hesitant to take Lila’s class. After completing the first lesson, I realized I was having a lot of fun. Every good attorney knows that you must read a lot in order to become a good, analytical reader. After studying with Performing Your Profession I discovered that we also have to practice right-brain activities in order to have our right-brains ready for access in the courtroom. Before her class I had never realized that lawyers rarely access their right-brains and how important it can be for our work.”

– Sara Habhab, Esq.

“This should be a required class in law school! You learn wonderful techniques for dealing with the stress and anxiety we have in the courtroom. The goal is to train ourselves to actually present with confidence rather than to merely tell ourselves to feel confident.”

– Michelle Mechta, Esq.

“Performing the Law is one of the best workshops I have attended in recent years. Trial attorneys dedicate time to learning the law and often overlook the performance aspect of the work. Dr. Wilkinson’s workshop helped me improve on this performance aspect of litigation. Practicing the idea of playing the character ‘THE LAWYER’ has boosted my confidence as an attorney both inside and outside of the courtroom.”

– Victoria Bleier, Esq.