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Criminal Litigation Ethics: Prosecution and Defense

8/01/2013

Farella Braun + Martel is proud to sponsor the UC Hastings Institute for Criminal Justice program "Criminal Litigation Ethics: Prosecution and Defense."

August 1-2, 2013 in San Francisco

The program includes two days of hands-on training by nationally known criminal defense and prosecution lawyers, including small-group breakout sessions and extensive written materials and up to 16 CLE credit hours; including Ethics, Elimination of Bias, and Substance Abuse.

Keynote presenters:

  • The Honorable Justice Carol Corrigan California Supreme Court
  • James M. Cole Deputy Attorney General for the United States
  • Jeff Adachi San Francisco’s Public Defender for over a decade
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