Below are materials for the Convention seminars. All files are Adobe Acrobat (pdf) optimized for version 8.0 or higher.

1/18 Seminars
Animal Law Committee
Bios | Materials | Agenda

Consumer Law Section
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Dispute Resolution Section
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Environment & Natural Resources Section/Administrative & Regulatory Law Committee
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Wellness Committee (Living Above the Bar)
Bios | Materials | Agenda


1/19 Seminars

AM

Construction Law Section
Bios | Materials | Agenda

Criminal Law Section (Part 1)
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Elder Law Committee
Bios | Materials | Agenda

Employment & Labor Law Section
Bios | Materials | Agenda

Health Care Law Section
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Trial & Appellate Advocacy Section (Civil Law Update)
Bios | Materials | Agenda

PM
Corporate, Banking & Securities Law Section
Bios | Materials | Agenda

Criminal Law Section (Part 2)
Bios | Materials | Agenda

Family Law Section
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Government Law Section
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Probate, Estate Planning & Trust Section
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Torts & Insurance Practices Section/Young Lawyers Division
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1/20 Seminars
Diversity Committee
Bios | Materials | Agenda

Military & Veterans' Law Section
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Real Estate Practices Section
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Senior Lawyers Division Symposium (NOT FOR MCLE CREDIT)
Bios | Materials | Agenda

Tax Law Section
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Workers' Compensation Section
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1/21 Seminars
Breakfast Ethics Seminar
Bios | Materials | Agenda

 

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