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My First Federal Trial

April 25, 2007

 Michael Adler asked me to post this:

“Hey YLD Members!  Getting ready for your first federal court appearance or perhaps your first big trial in federal court?  Interested in learning some pointers from a terrific panel of seasoned trial lawyers and judges?  Looking for an incredible networking opportunity?  Need CLE credits?  On Thursday, May 3, 2007, at 4 PM, come down to the Federal Courthouse (that’s the tall brick building on the north side of 6th & Market!) for a program sponsored by the Federal Courts Committee, together with the Young Lawyers Division of the Philadelphia Bar Association and the Pennsylvania Bar Institute, called My First Federal Trial.”  This highly-entertaining and well-attended annual CLE program features experienced lawyers who are also good practical teachers, as well as a panel of the Eastern District’s best Judges, who will address topics such as:·         What to do in those last few hours (things that are not set out in the rules) ·         What to expect at the final pretrial conference ·         The mechanics of a trial – where to stand, where to sit, what to do with exhibits, etc. ·         What to do if you get in trouble ….and much more This program offers more than your time and money’s worth for two hours of CLE credits, plus an opportunity to meet and talk to the Judges at a reception following the program.  For further details and registration information, please contact Ellen Meriwether at emeriwether@caffertyfaucher.com or
Michael Adler at madler@hotwiremail.com or simply click on the link for online registration.
  

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