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Appellate Division - First Department
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CONTINUING LEGAL EDUCATION

SCHEDULE OF COURSES - WINTER 2014

Sponsored by:

APPELLATE DIVISION, FIRST AND SECOND JUDICIAL DEPARTMENTS

Co-Sponsored by:

THE ASSIGNED COUNSEL PLAN OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK


All courses are transitional, provide two MCLE credits and held on Thursday evenings from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the New York County Supreme Court, 111 Centre Street in the Jury Room on the 11th Floor.

Panel members are admitted free of charge. For attorneys who are not members of the Assigned Counsel Plan, the cost is $20.00 for each session. You may pay in advance for one or all courses.

Checks are payable to the Appellate Division, First Department and sent to: Appellate Division, First Department, Office of Special Projects, 41 Madison Avenue (39th Floor), New York, NY 10010. Payment will continue to be accepted at the door. The Appellate Division, First Department has a Financial Hardship Policy.* For further information, please email Amy Ostrau at aostrau@nycourts.gov or by telephone at 212.340.0558.

CLE regulations prohibit us from awarding partial credit; you must arrive on time and stay for the entire lecture.

 


 

DVDs are available for previous lectures.


 


February 27, 2014 Criminal Appeals in the First Department: Selected Topics
Norman Olch, Esq. and Susanna Rojas, Esq.
2 professional practice credits
March 20, 2014 Search and Seizure Law: 2014 Update
Hon. Barry Kamins
2 professional practice credits
April 3, 2014 Representing Immigrant Clients: Ethics and Practice
Isaac Wheeler, Esq. and Dawn Seibert, Esq.
1 ethics and 1 professional practice credit
May 1, 2014 False Confessions: 2014 Update
Richard M.Greenberg, Esq.
2 professional practice credits

 

* Financial hardship requests must be made in writing prior to the date of the program and should contain an explanation of your current financial circumstances along with an Affirmation as to current income. No unreasonable request shall be denied.

Additionally, the Court has adopted the CLE Board’s Financial Aid Policy Guidelines which states, "Fee waivers for unemployed attorneys and fee reductions on a sliding scale for attorneys with annual incomes of $50,000 or less."


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