Counsel Press has been invited to present its newest CLE program "An Introduction to Practice in the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit" to members of the New York City Bar Association. Our prior appellate CLE events at the New York City Bar have been a great success, so we’ve been invited again.
This CLE seminar will be held on Wednesday, September 10, 2014 (6:00pm - 8:00pm) at The New York City Bar Association at 42 West 44th Street, New York, NY 10036.
About the Program:
This program focuses on the procedural aspects of the appellate process in the Second Circuit. Attendees will learn the methods for initiating and filing appeals in the Second Circuit including an overview of the rules, an explanation of the many required forms, timing considerations, requirements for briefs and appendices, motions, oral arguments and costs. The program concludes with various ethical considerations facing appellate practitioners and landmines to avoid.
New York Credit: 2.0 total: 1.5 skills & 0.5 ethics
California Credit: 2.0 total: 1.5 general & 0.5 professional responsibility
New Jersey Credit: 2.0 general
Pennsylvania Credit: 1.5 general
To Register: Please use this link.
Counsel Press offers a series of appellate CLE courses. The company regularly hosts appellate seminars at its headquarters in New York; it also presents its individual CLE courses at law firms and prominent legal organizations throughout the country. For more information or to bring Counsel Press' appellate CLE course(s) to your organization, please contact our Director of Marketing Yelena Balashchenko.
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