June 02, 2016
Federal Bench-Bar Conference June 10
Marsha Levick, who was co-counsel in the January 2016 U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Montgomery v. Louisiana holding that a ban on mandatory-minimum life-without-parole sentences for juveniles must be made retroactive, will be the luncheon speaker at the Federal Courts Committee Federal Bench-Bar Conference on Friday, June 10.
This half-day annual conference, hosted by the Philadelphia Bar Association Federal Courts Committee, offers in-depth CLE discussions on legal and practice topics important to the Federal Court Practice community in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. The Federal Bench Bar Conference provides a forum for the interchange of ideas among the bench and bar, educates the bar with regard to practice in the courts and encourages civility in the courts.
The Conference will begin with welcome and opening remarks by the Co-Chairs of the Federal Courts Committee, Leslie A. Mariotti, Esq. and Michael Morse, Esq., followed by an introduction of the program by Joseph J. Santarone Jr., Esq.
This year's Conference was planned by Federal Courts Committee Vice Chair, Colleen M. Bannon, Esq.
This conference is historically attended by the many federal practice leaders and members of the judiciary in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and offers an excellent opportunity for education and networking. The 4 CLE credit conference will be held at he Ritz-Carlton, Philadelphia, 10 Avenue of the Arts. For more information or to register, click here.