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2018 eConference on State and Federal Appeals

UT Law's Conference on State and Federal Appeals—designed for advanced-level civil appellate practitioners—has earned a reputation as the premier program on appellate practice and procedure in Texas and is the annual gathering of state and federal appellate judges. Now in its 28th year, this conference is a must-attend event for Texas civil appellate practitioners. more »

Total Credit Hours:
12.75 | 2.75 ethics    Credit Info

TX MCLE credit expires: 6/30/2019

Includes: Video Audio Paper Slides


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2017 eConference on State and Federal Appeals

UT Law's eConference on State and Federal Appeals is designed for advanced-level civil appellate practitioners.   2017 highlights include: The Ethics of Social Media, with David Lat, Above the Law, Justice Don R. Willett, Supreme Court of Texas, and John G. Browning, Passman & Jones Experienced perspective on what makes for great  Appellate Advocacy, with David M. Gunn, Beck Redden LLP, and Justice Stephen A. Higginson, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit Practical tips on appellate court practices from current staff attorneys in Pulling Back the Curtain (a Bit) Candid discussion among Texas Supreme Court Chief Justice Nathan L. Hecht, Justice Eva Guzman, and Justice Jeff Brown about what’s new at the Court, the state of the docket, and tips for practitioners The Ethics Apprentice, hosted by Judge Daryl L. Moore, 333rd District Court, during which ambitious appellate practitioners compete against one another as they struggle to answer ethics questions that savvy practitioners ought to know Updates on essential topics such as interlocutory appeals, harmful error, attorney fees, and rehearing en banc strategies more »

Total Credit Hours:
12.75 | 3.00 ethics    Credit Info

TX MCLE credit expires: 6/30/2019

Includes: Audio Paper Slides