- For Members
- For the Public
Wednesday, September 18, 2019
We have reached capacity. In-Person Registration is CLOSED. Walk-ins are NOT permitted.
REGISTRATION IS ONLY AVAILABLE VIA WEBCAST!
Federal court practice varies greatly from state court practice. Attorneys learn quickly that there are significant substantive differences in practices and procedures when trying their first federal case. Federal court boasts its own rules of civil procedure, rules of evidence and discovery. Attorneys must also learn the role of magistrate judges in the process. This program offers fundamental guidance to attorneys with little or no experience trying federal cases, and acts as a refresher course for attorneys looking to brush up on best practices for federal trials.