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From Prosecuting Crimes to Defending the Accused: So You're Interested in Forging a Career in Criminal Law -- ONLINE REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED, LIMITED AT DOOR REGISTRATION IS AVAILABLE

Thursday, March 13, 2014, 6:30 PM – 9:00 PM

Registration for this course is now closed.

Intended Audience:

Young Lawyers Committee* members register above as "Law Office Staff; " Law Students attend FREE. RSVP to bchase@nycla.org

*Status will be confirmed at door

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Location: 2nd Floor Auditorium

Course ID: C031314

Credits: 2.5 NJ: 1 Ethics; 1.5 General
2.5 NY Credits: 1 Ethics; 1.5 PP/LPM

Course Description:

Hear from a diverse panel of attorneys practicing criminal law -- from the defense and prosecution sides -- discuss the skill sets necessary to practice criminal law, what is involved with the various types of criminal-related jobs, as well as the ethical issues that criminal attorneys face in their practice.

Panelists include a representative from the US Attorney's Office, NY County District Attorney's Office, a Court Attorney (who also teaches criminal law), a defense attorney and a representative from the Legal Aid Society.

A Networking Reception will precede the program from 6:00 PM -- 6:30 PM

Faculty:

 

Program Co-Sponsor: NYCLA's Young Lawyers Section

Program Chair: Danyelle Shapiro, Keefe Bartels, LLC

Faculty: Carrie Cohen, US Attorney's Office, SDNY; Brian King, Law Office of David S. Smith LLC;  Robin McCabe,  New York County District Attorney's Office ; Asha Smith, Legal Aid Society; Rhonda Tomlinson, Ct. Attorney, NYS Unified Ct. System, John Jay College of Criminal Justice

 

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