Ogletree to Moderate Opening Session at Bench-Bar
Professor Charles J. Ogletree, the Jesse Climenko Professor of Law and director of the Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice at Harvard University, will be the moderator of the opening session of the 2011 Bench-Bar & Annual Conference at Harrah's Atlantic City on Oct. 14 – 15.
Ogletree will be the moderator of the opening plenary "I'm Not Saying That to Any Judge! The Lasting Implications of Luzerne County." Panelists for that program, which will explore the implications for the bench and bar of the Luzerne County “kids for cash” scandal, will be announced at a later date.
Enjoy early-bird savings when you register for the 2011 Bench-Bar & Annual Conference Oct. 14-15 at Harrah's Resort Atlantic City. Click here
to save $80 on your registration fee. But hurry, this offer ends on Sept. 16!
The Bench-Bar & Annual Conference provides attendees with the opportunity to earn CLE credit while networking with colleagues and members of the bench.
Registration for members is $349 if booked by Sept. 16. For non-members, registration is $399. Members of the Young Lawyers Division and public interest and government attorneys can attend for $199. For those wishing to attend only the Grand Reception at The Pool at Harrah's on Friday, Oct. 14, tickets are $150 for all members and $175 for non-members. Tickets will be an additional $25 if purchased at the door.
For those wishing to attend Friday's session only, tickets are $299 for members, $149 for the Young Lawyers Division and government or public interest attorneys and $349 for non-members. Members and guests wishing to attend without receiving CLE credit will pay $200. For non-members, the cost is $225. Admission includes all sponsored meals and events. Those wishing to attend programs on Saturday, Oct. 15 will only pay $229, while YLD members and government and public interest attorneys can attend for $79 and $279 for non-members. Click here
Sponsors for the 2011 Bench-Bar & Annual Conference include The Legal Intelligencer
, Iron Mountain
Herron to Receive Brennan Distinguished Jurist Award
Judge John W. Herron, considered to be an architect of the First Judicial District's Commerce Case Management Program, has been selected as the recipient of the Association’s 2011 Justice William J. Brennan Jr. Distinguished Jurist Award.
Judge Herron will be presented with the award, which recognizes a jurist who adheres to the highest ideals of judicial service, at an upcoming quarterly meeting.
"I am truly delighted that Judge Herron is being recognized for his exemplary service to our Philadelphia courts over many years, and for his extraordinarily accomplishments and devotion to our justice system," said Brennan Award Committee Chair Maria A. Feeley.
"The Justice Brennan Award is a terrific honor and I feel quite shocked and surprised to be this year's recipient," said Judge Herron. "It has been a wonderful privilege creating the Commerce Court and witnessing its growth and acceptance by the bar due in large part to the efforts of the core group of lawyers involved and Judge Albert W. Sheppard Jr. I am quite proud to share this award with all of them and with all members of the bar and the judges of this court who have supported the Commerce Program over the years."
Judge Herron, who now sits in Orphans' Court, is a graduate of Duke University and Dickinson Law School. He is a former assistant district attorney as served as chief disciplinary counsel for the Pennsylvania Supreme Court from 1973 to 1985. He was first elected to the bench in 1987 and has been retained twice since then. He was administrative judge of the FJD's Trial Division from 1996 to 2002.
Previous winners are Justice Brennan, U.S. Magistrate Judges L. Felipe Restrepo and Timothy R. Rice, Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas Judge Annette M. Rizzo, Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas Judge Albert W. Sheppard Jr., Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas Judge Sandra Mazer Moss, Philadelphia Municipal Court Judge Louis Presenza, U.S. District Court Judge Edmund V. Ludwig, U.S. Magistrate Judge James R. Melinson, U.S. District Court Judge Louis Pollak, Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Russell M. Nigro, U.S. District Court Judge James T. Giles, U.S. District Court Judge Louis C. Bechtle, U.S. Court of Appeals Judge Edward R. Becker, Pennsylvania Superior Court Judge Phyllis W. Beck and Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas Judge Alex Bonavitacola.
Bar Association Praises Board of Ethics Decision to Put City Lobbying Ordinance on Hold, Withdraws Lawsuit
Calling it a “major step toward correcting fundamental problems” with the city’s new lobbying Ordinance, Philadelphia Bar Association Chancellor Rudolph Garcia praised the July 7 decision by the Philadelphia Board of Ethics to put all of the requirements of the Ordinance on hold until revised regulations can be finalized.
“The Resolution adopted today by the Board of Ethics relieves everyone of the obligation to retroactively report activities between July 1 and the new effective date,” said Garcia. “This means that no one will be at risk of non-compliance until after the requirements are clarified.”
The adoption of the Resolution comes on the heels of a civil lawsuit filed by the Philadelphia Bar Association on June 30 in Philadelphia Common Pleas Court against the City of Philadelphia and the Philadelphia Board of Ethics, seeking an injunction to prevent the Ordinance from taking effect. As a result of today’s action by the Board, the Association plans to withdraw its petition for injunctive relief. The full text of the civil action, Philadelphia Bar Association v. City of Philadelphia and Board of Ethics
, can be found at here
. In response to the filing, Philadelphia Common Pleas Court Judge Albert W. Sheppard Jr. stayed the Ordinance on June 30 pending a court hearing scheduled for July 5 and subsequently postponed to July 8 -- preventing it from taking effect.
The Association has maintained that the Ordinance violates the state constitution and would detrimentally impact the city’s practicing lawyers and the public. As presently drafted, the Ordinance and the previously proposed regulations “intrude upon the exclusive authority of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court to regulate the practice of law,” the Chancellor said.
“The Bar does not oppose regulation of lobbying by lawyers or anyone else,” Garcia said. “However, this Ordinance goes much further than it should by covering things that are not really lobbying. For example, requesting a zoning permit, responding to a tax notice, or settling a potential dispute would constitute ‘lobbying’ under the Ordinance.”
“That is particularly problematic,” Garcia said, “because the regulations require disclosures that may violate the Pennsylvania Rules of Professional Conduct governing lawyers.”
Garcia also pointed to the potential burden to smaller nonprofit organizations that, under the Ordinance, would be subject to a $500 annual registration fee that must be paid by the organization as well as each of its “lobbyists.” “Those funds would not be available to help the organization fulfill its charitable mission and the burden may stifle the organization’s ability to speak out on current community issues,” Garcia said.
On June 14, the Philadelphia Bar Association submitted a 24-page letter to the Ethics Board with extensive comments and suggested revisions to the proposed regulations interpreting the Ordinance. Chancellor Garcia and attorney Lawrence J. Beaser, co-chair of the Association’s Philadelphia Lobbying Ordinance Task Force, provided testimony to the Board at its hearing on June 15, urging changes to the regulations. In the letter (available here
), the Chancellor requested that the Board urge City Council to “rethink these rules in a way that reflects the underlying goals they are hoping to achieve.”
“The Association appreciates the ongoing efforts of the Ethics Board and its staff in preparing to implement this complicated Ordinance under significant time pressure and with a limited budget,” Garcia said today. “We look forward to assisting the Board and City Council in their work in whatever way they deem appropriate.”
Click here to read the resolution from the Board of Ethics.
Learn About Services for MS Clients July 12
Christina Forster of the Greater Delaware Valley Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society will discuss services that may be available to clients with MS at the Tuesday, July 12 meeting of the Legal Rights of Persons With Disabilities Committee Meeting.
The meeting begins at 9 a.m. in the 11th floor Committee Room South of Bar Association headquarters, 1101 Market St. There is no charge to attend this meeting, however registration is required. Click here
Importance of a Business Plan July 13
Cathy Rawcliffe of Beacon Business Communications will discuss the importance of a business plan for your clients at the Wednesday, July 13 meeting of the Small Business Committee.
The meeting begins at 8:30 a.m. at the offices of Saul Ewing LLP, Centre Square West, 1500 Market St., 38th Floor. Breakfast will be provided courtesy of Saul Ewing LLP. There is no cost to attend but registration is required. Please contact Chris DeChurch at 215-972-7161 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Doing Business in Western Europe, Latin America July 14
Lynne Kessler Lechter, general counsel for LEFA International, a transnational manufacturing corporation, will provide insights for manufacturing and sales corporations doing business in Latin America, Westen Europe and the United States at the Thursday, July 14 meeting of the International Business Initiative Committee.
The meeting begins at 12 p.m. in the 11th floor Committee Room South of Bar Association headquarters, 1101 Market St. Lunch is available for $8 for members of the Philadelphia Bar Association and $9.50 for non-members. Click here
Diversity: Business Case or Moral Imperative July 25
The Diversity in the Profession Committee will present "Advancing Diversity and Inclusion in the Legal Profession: The Business Case or Moral Imperative?" on Monday, July 25.
Speakers for the program include Paul Bonney, general counsel and vice president, PECO; Albert S. Dandridge III, partner, Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis LLP; Roberta Jacobs-Meadway, member, board of directors and executive committee, co-chair of the Intellectual Property Group, Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott, LLC; and Michael K. Tucker, executive vice president and general counsel, Avis Budget Group, Inc.
They will discuss whether the business case for diversity or the "moral imperative" argument is more compelling; how a commitment to diversity and inclusion is conveyed within and outside their organizations; and best practices for the recruitment, retention and advancement of women and diverse attorneys.
The program, presented with the support of the Business Law Section, begins at 12 p.m. in the 11th floor Conference Center of Bar Association headquarters, 1101 Market St. Lunch is available for $8 for members and $9.50 for non-members. Lunch is complimentary for in-house counsel. Click here
Hot Topics in Medical Malpractice July 27
Clifford Rieders will be the guest speaker for the Medical Legal Committee program "Hot Legal Topics that Every Medical Malpractice Lawyer Will Encounter" on Wednesday, July 27.
The meeting begins at 12 p.m. in the 11th floor Conference Center of Bar Association headquarters, 1101 Market St. Lunch is available for $8 for members of the Philadelphia Bar Association and $9.50 for non-members. Click here
Combating Human Trafficking CLE Aug. 2
The Women's Rights Committee will present the CLE program "Human Rights in Crisis: Combating Human Trafficking" on Tuesday, Aug. 2.
Faculty for the program includes moderator Krista Hoffman, Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape; Sarah A. Charles, district director, Office of Pennsylania state Sen. Daylin Leach; James Dold, policy counsel, Polaris Project; Sen. Daylin Leach; Lisette McCormick, executive director, Pennsylvania Interbranch Commission for Gender, Racial and Ethnic Fairness; Hugh Organ, associate executive director, Covenant House; and Daniel A. Vélez, assistant U.S. Attorney.
The program is co-sponsored by the Civil Rights Committee, Criminal Justice Section, Family Law Section and Young Lawyers Division.
This 2 substantive CLE credit program includes a course book and lunch and begins at 12:30 p.m. at The CLE Conference Center on the 10th floor of the Wanamaker Building, Market and Juniper streets. Registration and lunch begin at 12 p.m. Click here
Philadelphia VIP Announces Move to 1500 Walnut
Philadelphia VIP, the hub of pro bono legal services for low-income clients in Philadelphia, is pleased to announce that on July 15, 2011, the office will move to 1500 Walnut Street, Suite 400.
"In order to serve more clients with critical legal needs, our organization continues to grow. Because of that growth we are excited to move into a larger office space," said Executive Director Sara Woods. "We are thankful for all of the support we have received from our friends, volunteers, and donors for helping make this move possible. We welcome them to our new space."
VIP promotes equal justice for the poor by providing civil legal services not otherwise available, collaborating with other legal services organizations and promoting a culture of volunteerism by educating and exposing attorneys and law students to issues of poverty. The new office facilities will help VIP to better meet the needs of our clients and our community.
Philadelphia VIP’s contact information as of July 18 will be:
1500 Walnut Street, Suite 400
Philadelphia, PA 19102
Philadelphia VIP’s Telephone and Fax Numbers will remain the same:
Direct Line: 215.523.9550
Fax Number: 215.564.0845
For more information on Philadelphia VIP, visit: www.phillyvip.org or e-mail: email@example.com.
Law School Outreach Committee Schedule Set
The Law School Outreach Committee of the Public Interest Section will host the "Summer Brown Bag Lunch Series" on Thursdays through Aug. 4 from 12 to 1:30 p.m., in the 11th Floor Conference Center, of Bar Association headquarters, 1101 Market St.
These programs provide an opportunity for summer law student interns to meet public interest attorneys who are leaders in their field and learn about different types of public interest practice and fellowship opportunities in the greater Philadelphia area. Click here
for more information.
Access The Legal Directory 2011 on Your Handheld Device
Attorneys on the go can access The Legal Directory 2011
on handheld devices. With thousands of listings at your fingertips, simply click a phone number or email; your handheld will dial or generate an email template. Visit mobile.thelegaldirectory.org
to sign on.
The newly released, expanded and updated Legal Directory has more than 700 pages of firm and attorney entries, information for more than 350 local judges, government contacts, law organization profiles, ADR resources, Bar Association bylaws, contacts and committees, and more. It's a wealth of vital information legal professionals in the region trust and rely on - all in one resource.
For $79.95, you get the incredible convenience of print, online and mobile access to The Legal Directory. To order, visit thelegaldirectory.org.
Free Fastcase Training Webinars Scheduled
A series of free webinars have been scheduled for Philadelphia Bar Association members to help them familiarize themselves with Fastcase®, the new member benefit legal research tool.
Fastcase® puts a comprehensive law library of Pennsylvania state and federal cases, statutes and rules at your fingertips. If your firm's Philadelphia office has 100 percent attorney membership in the Philadelphia Bar Association, you'll receive Fastcase® free!
Webinars for Fastcase Research Tips (in depth) will be held:
Wednesday, July 13, 12 to 1 p.m.
Wednesday, Aug. 10, 3 to 4 p.m.
Wednesday, Sept. 14, 1 to 2 p.m.
Wednesday, Oct. 12, 3 to 4 p.m.
Wednesday, Nov. 9, 1 to 2 p.m.
Wednesday, Dec. 14, 3 to 4 p.m.
Webinars for Case Law Nuts & Bolts (Overview) will be held:
Tuesday, Sept. 6, 12 to 1 p.m.
Tuesday, Nov. 1, 12 to 1 p.m.
Webinars for Searching for Statutes (Overview)
Tuesday, Aug. 2, 3 to 4 p.m.
Tuesday, Oct. 4, 3 to 4 p.m.
Thursday, Dec. 6, 3 to 4 p.m.
Fully-Paid Bar Membership for Villanova Law Students
Through an agreement negotiated by Dean John Y. Gotanda, the Philadelphia Bar Association is pleased to offer all current students of Villanova University School of Law the opportunity to register for fully-paid membership in the Philadelphia Bar Association
. This is an annual membership that can be renewed each year and will be paid for by the law school while you are a student. (Note to 3L students: If you registered before graduation, your membership will be paid by the law school and will continue through December 2011.)
Membership in the Bar Association provides you with opportunities to professionally connect with practicing lawyers and judges in a cooperative and learning environment, allowing for one-on-one interactions that are invaluable in building your career and obtaining contacts for potential job opportunities.
A similar agreement exists for students at Earle Mack School of Law at Drexel University.
Registration is required to receive your law school-sponsored fully-paid membership in the Philadelphia Bar Association. To register, click here
and complete the form.
As a member of the Philadelphia Association, you'll receive:
Access to the "Members Only" portion of our interactive website, philadelphiabar.org, that lets you view "Bar Classifieds" employment opportunities and place Classified ads at a fraction of the cost of other online services
Fastcase®, the next-generation legal research provider, available free of charge
Invaluable networking opportunities with local attorneys and judges at hundreds of events each year, including Chancellor's Forums, substantive panel programs and practice group receptions
The opportunity to join more than 50 Committees and nine Sections in specific areas of legal practice (such as intellectual property, business litigation, international law, workers compensation, criminal, etc.) as well as targeted interest groups (diversity in the profession, women in the profession, solo practitioners, etc.)
Automatic membership in the Young Lawyers Division (YLD)
A subscription to The Philadelphia Lawyer quarterly magazine; the Philadelphia Bar Reporter monthly newspaper; Bar Reporter Online twice-weekly e-newsletter; YLD weekly E-Zine; and Upon Further Review monthly caselaw e-publication
A vibrant social media network including Facebook sites for the Bar Association and the YLD, Twitter, podcasts and blogs including "PhiLAWdelphia" - the blog of the YLD
Insurance brokerage services provided through USI Affinity
Discounts on CLE programs offered through the Pennsylvania Bar Institute
A legislative program to champion your interests to lawmakers at City Hall, in Harrisburg and in Washington
Much, much more!
For questions, or to learn more about the advantages of Philadelphia Bar Association membership, call our Membership Department at 215-238-6313.
National Symposium on Diversity in Legal Profession Nov. 8
Chief legal officers and law firm managing partners from across the nation will assemble for the Philadelphia Bar Association's National Symposium on Diversity in the Legal Profession
on Tuesday, Nov. 8 at The Union League of Philadelphia.
The half-day symposium will begin with a luncheon featuring keynote speaker Robert J. Grey Jr., (left) executive director of the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity. Grey is a past president of the American Bar Association.
Three concurrent breakout sessions may focus on topics such as the role(s) white men can play to advance diversity and inclusion in corporate legal departments and law firms; generational diversity and its impact in the workplace; successful pipeline initiatives and mentoring programs; and an employment law update. The symposium runs from 12:30 to 5:30 p.m. and a VIP networking reception begins at 5:30 p.m. The VIP networking reception will provide a forum for discussion with remarks from a prominent speaker.
Speakers for the National Symposium on Diversity in the Legal Profession include Thomas E. Cabaniss, managing partner, McGuireWoods LLP, Richmond, Va.; Mark Hershey, senior vice president, general counsel & secretary, Armstrong World Industries, Inc., Lancaster, Pa.; H. Eric Hilton, senior vice president, secretary and general counsel, H. J. Russell & Company and Concessions International, LLC, Atlanta; Alan J. Hoffman, co-chair and managing partner, Blank Rome LLP, Philadelphia; Curtis L. Mack, partner, McGuireWoods LLP, Atlanta; Robert A. Nicholas, partner and global director of legal personnel, Reed Smith LLP, New York; Karl A. Racine, managing partner, Venable LLP, Washington, D.C.; Robin Sangston, vice president, legal affairs, Cox Communications, Inc., Atlanta; LeRoy J. Watkins, Jr., partner, Jackson Lewis LLP, Morristown, N.J.; Gerry L. Williams, partner, DLA Piper, Atlanta; Sherry D. Williams, senior vice president, chief ethics and compliance officer, Halliburton, Houston; and Sandra S. Yamate, chief executive officer, Institute for Inclusion in the Legal Profession, Chicago.
For additional information on the National Symposium on Diversity in the Legal Profession, contact Naomi K. McLaurin at 215-238-6340 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tonight: Q&A Networking Event and Resume Review
The Philadelphia Chapter of the National Lawyers Guild will present "How Do I Get a Progressive Job in this Economy or Stay Viable in the Meantime?," a question-and-answer networking event and resume review with young lawyers, tonight, July 11, from 6-8 p.m. at the Cherry Street Tavern, 129 N. 22nd St. Lawyers will be available from 6-6:30 p.m. to review resumes.
Topics will include: the many paths to finding a job you like; trends is the progressive job market; strategies for getting that dream job; getting by while moving forward; and clerkships/fellowships.
For more information, contact email@example.com.
Public Interest Reception July 21
The Public Interest Section's Law School Outreach Committee will hold its Annual Public Interest Reception to celebrate the accomplishments of law students working in public service on Thursday, July 21.
The reception begins at 5 p.m. at the offices of Saltz Mongeluzzi Barrett & Bendesky PC, One Liberty Place, 1650 Market St., 52nd Floor. Please RSVP by Monday, July 11 at summerreception2011.eventbrite.com
For more information, please contact Maureen Olives, director of public interest programs at
Temple University Beasley School of Law, at 215-204-3705 or firstname.lastname@example.org
. This event is co-sponsored by the Public Interest Section and the law firm of Saltz Mongeluzzi Barrett & Bendesky PC.
Take Part in VIP's 30 for 30 Challenge
Matthew S. Olesh and Martha F. Reilly, co-chairs of Philadelphia VIP's 30th Anniversary Engagement Committee, are calling upon the generous members of Philadelphia's legal community to participate in the "30 for 30 Challenge."
They are asking all Philadelphia-area attorneys to commit to 30 hours of pro bono service this year with an organization of their choosing in honor of Philadelphia VIP's 30th anniversary.
The "30 for 30" pledge form is available on Philadelphia VIP's website at phillyvip.org
. All pledge signers will be recognized at a special 30th Anniversary ceremony during National Pro Bono Week this October. Philadelphia VIP will also track all participation and provide special recognition to practices of varying sizes with the highest rates of participation.
First Judicial District Blood Drive July 22
The Association's Workers' Compensation Section invites its members to participate in the First Judicial District's Summer Blood Drive on Friday, July 22.
The blood drive will be held from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Room 696 of Philadelphia City Hall. To make an appointment online, click here
. Please enter "Philadelphia Bar Association" in the comments field when registering.
From July 1 through Sept. 5, all presenting blood donors will be entered into a weekly drawing for a $250 giftcertificates.com Super Certificate.
Court Launches Judicial Fellowship Program
Thirty-five judges of the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas have agreed to host up to 45 law school graduates as judicial fellows to provide them with substantive legal experience while benefitting the court system with this additional legal talent.
The Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas created a Judicial Fellowship Program in conjunction with the Philadelphia based law schools - the Earle Mack School of Law at Drexel University, the University of Pennsylvania Law School and Temple University Beasley School of Law - to address the difficult hiring climate for lawyers that many recent law graduates are facing. Due to the popularity of the Judicial Fellowship Program, three Philadelphia area law schools - Rutgers University Law School, Villanova University School of Law and Widener University School of Law - joined the program last week, doubling the number of participating schools.
The Judicial Fellowship Program provides high-caliber law graduates professional development opportunities. At the same time, the judicial fellows help the busy court carry out key functions and maintain its superior quality of service to the Philadelphia community. Demands on the court have intensified with the existence of numerous vacancies on the bench that have not been filled with interim appointments due to the Commonwealth's budgetary constraints. Judicial Fellows work at least 20 hours a week in the civil, criminal, family and orphans divisions of the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas and Municipal Courts, carrying out the same duties as paid judicial clerks. The Fellowships help recent graduates gain valuable experience and strengthen their marketability for obtaining a paid position in law. Judges select judicial fellows through an application process administered by the court.
Judge Lisa M. Rau developed the program with help from Professor Chapin Cimino of the Earle Mack School of Law at Drexel University as well as faculty and administrators from career services offices at the University of Pennsylvania's Law School and Temple Beasley School of Law. "This program will help the court maintain high quality service with fewer resources and help the many exceptional graduates from Philadelphia's law schools who are graduating during an especially difficult time in the legal economy," Rau said. "We appreciate the law schools' efforts to get the program started and for the enthusiastic response of judges who have agreed to host and mentor recent graduates."
"On behalf of the Trial Division, I enthusiastically support this creative program and applaud Judge Rau for her efforts. Our judges will benefit from the assistance of exceptional local legal talent; and those selected as fellows will be exposed to the major attorneys, firms and judges actively engaged in civil and criminal litigation in Pennsylvania's busiest courts," said Administrative Judge D. Webster Keogh.
"This is a winner for both the courts and the new graduates. We are grateful to Judge Rau for developing the program," said President Judge Pamela Pryor Dembe. "The program will feature events where the fellows will be able to network with members of the Philadelphia Bar Association," Cimino said. "This is a really wonderful opportunity for some extremely capable graduates to gain notice from the bench and bar."
"The economic downturn has created an urgent need for programs that help new lawyers find jobs," said Philadelphia Bar Association Chancellor Rudolph Garcia. "The Judicial Fellowship Program gives highly qualified graduates an additional credential and valuable experience to assist them in finding subsequent employment. The Philadelphia Bar Association is proud to support this innovative program."
Applicants Sought for Federal Judgeship by July 15
U.S. Senators Robert P. Casey, Jr. and Patrick J. Toomey invite all persons interested in being considered for appointment to the position of Federal District Court Judge for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania to obtain and submit an application that can be found on Senator Casey's website (http://casey.senate.gov)
or by request from Senator Toomey's office at judgeappEDPA@toomey.senate.gov
This questionnaire must be completed and returned to both Senators in Microsoft Word or PDF format by email to email@example.com
no later than 5 p.m., on Friday, July 15. Applicants will be contacted to arrange for interviews. Senators Casey and Toomey will be advised and assisted in this process by several leading members of the bar and other Pennsylvanian citizens.
Please note that all applicants must complete this process, regardless of whether they have participated in previous judicial selection processes.
Support Center for Child Advocates Golf Classic Oct. 3
The Support Center for Child Advocates will hold its Sixth Annual Child Advocates Golf Classic on Monday, Oct. 3 at Huntingdon Valley Country Club.
Before golf, Cleantech Alliance Mid-Atlantic will present a CLE program on the science of clean energy and green development. For more information, visit advokid.org
The following courses are cosponsored by the Philadelphia Bar Association and the Pennsylvania Bar Institute. All courses are at The CLE Conference Center in the Wanamaker Building, except as otherwise noted. Registration begins 30 minutes before course start time.
Monday-Tuesday, July 11-12 PLI - 12th Annual Private Equity Forum
8.5 substantive, 1 ethics CLE credits
July 11: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; July 12: 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Tuesday, July 12 Options for Developers Seeking Capital Under the EB-5 Program
2 substantive CLE credits
12:30 to 2:30 p.m.
Wednesday, July 13 Looking Down the Road: The Future of Electronic Data Discovery
4 substantive CLE credits
9 a.m. to 1:15 p.m.
Advanced Issues in Social Security Disability
5 substantive, 1 ethics CLE credits
9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Thursday, July 14
The Law of Arrest Search and Seizure in Pennsylvania
4 substantive CLE credits
12 to 4:15 p.m.
Friday, July 15 Winning Before Trial: 10 Keys to Winning Depositions
5 substantive, 1 ethics CLE credits
8:30 am to 3:30 pm; check-in at 8:00 am
PLI - Fundamentals of Investment Adviser Regulation 2011
5 substantive, 1 ethics CLE credits
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
*Earn as many as 4 credits on your computer, at your convenience at PBI's Online Campus, at www.onlinecle.pbi.org.
More than 300 classes are available, including nearly 50 one-hour ethics programs. 24/7 CLE.
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