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      August 1, 2013 - August 2, 2013


      200 McAllister Street
      San Francisco, California 94102

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      Criminal Litigation Ethics: Prosecution and Defense

      Start Date: 8/1/2013 All Day
      End Date: 8/2/2013

      UC Hastings - Mary Kay Kane Hall
      Room: ARC

      "Fiat Justitia" - Do Justice!  UC Hastings motto for decades provides the overarching theme for an exciting hands-on CLE training Seminar, over two beautiful summer days in San Francisco!

      The Seminar has been carefully designed to provide up to-the-minute information on current state and federal ethics authorities as they apply to Criminal Litigation.  Presented by experienced criminal prosecutors and defense attorneys, each panel will be accompanied by opportunities for "small group" sessions in which attendees will be asked to examine realistic problems and come up with acceptable ethical, as well as strategic, answers.

      Keynote Presenters include

      • The Honorable Justice Carol Corrigan California Supreme Court
      • James M. Cole Deputy Attorney General for the United States
      • Jeff Adachi San Francisco’s Public Defender for over a decade
      Created with public prosecutors and public defenders particularly in mind, this Criminal Litigation Ethics seminar will also provide written materials that you can take back to your offices and re-present to colleagues.

      The UC Hastings Institute for Criminal Justice was founded in 2013.  We seek to "Do Justice" and bring the values of legal education to the entire community. 

      Click here for more information and to register

      Brochure pdf July 10.pdf

      Categories: University & Alumni

      Event details may change at any time, always check with the event organizer when planning to attend this event or purchase tickets.
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