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Conference on Criminal Appeals

Austin - CANCELLED – May 6-8, 2020 – AT&T Conference Center
Live Webcast – May 6-8, 2020

UT Law CLE's 2020 Robert O. Dawson Conference on Criminal Appeals features members of the Court of Criminal Appeals and judges from the intermediate courts around Texas joining prosecutors and defense attorneys for balanced discussions and insights into current issues facing the criminal justice system. 2020 highlights include: In-depth reviews of significant decisions from both the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals and the U.S. Supreme Court from the past year. Explore real world tips, suggestions and insights for litigating writ claims at every step in the process, from preliminary investigation, to trial court, to the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, with Practical Tips from Litigators. Insight into the digital revolution with Appellate Practice in the Digital Age. Legal writing tips and tricks with How to Write Plainly, with Professor Wayne Schiess and Improve Your Legal Writing, with Professor Kamela Bridges. A deep dive into the ethical dimensions of ineffective assistance of counsel and prosecutorial misconduct claims, as well as best practices on how to handle these claims. Earn up to 13.25 hours of MCLE credit (including 2.25 hours of ethics) while networking with your fellow practitioners and members of the judiciary. ** NEW THIS YEAR! Join your colleagues and conference faculty at the Wednesday Evening Opening Reception, hosted by the State Bar of Texas Appellate Section. Following the conference, attendees will receive a bonus eSupplement containing an additional 1.75 hours of MCLE (including 0.75 hours of ethics) to ensure practitioners can earn their required 15.00/3.00 MCLE hours for the year. more »

Total Credit Hours:
13.25 | 2.25 ethics    Credit Info
Specializations:
Criminal Appellate Law
Criminal Law
Juvenile Law
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Government Enforcement Institute

Dallas – Sep 24-25, 2020 – Belo Mansion

Don’t miss The University of Texas School of Law’s 7th Annual Government Enforcement Institute (UTGEI)—one of the premier enforcement programs in the country. Hear from some of the nation’s most prominent authorities on key issues and strategies for protecting companies and executives in government investigations. more »

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Criminal

Opening Keynote Presentation

Matt Miner
Presented at the 2019 Government Enforcement Institute

Audio – 28 mins
$15
Video – 28 mins
$25
Audio – 28 mins preview Video – 28 mins preview

Whistleblower Issues and Best Practices

Michael Jackman, Emily Pasquinelli, Jordan A. Thomas
Presented at the 2019 Government Enforcement Institute

Audio – 54 mins
$15
Video – 54 mins
$25
Audio – 54 mins preview Video – 54 mins preview

Tailoring Internal Investigations to be More Efficient and Cost Effective

Fredric (Rick) Firestone, Brad Mroski, Todd C. Ranta, Leonard C. Sherer, Ivan Velez-Leon
Presented at the 2019 Government Enforcement Institute

Slides – 19 pgs
$15
Audio – 54 mins
$15
Video – 54 mins
$25
Slides – 19 pgs preview Audio – 54 mins preview Video – 54 mins preview

Government Investigations and the External Auditor

Jeff Ferguson, Timothy R. McCormick, Kelvin F. Sellers, Holly Tucker
Presented at the 2019 Government Enforcement Institute

Paper – 11 pgs
$25
Audio – 57 mins
$15
Video – 58 mins
$25
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Criminal Developments

Jeffrey J. Ansley, Jay Dewald, Edward F. Gallagher III, Eric J.R. Nichols, Gil M. Soffer
Presented at the 2019 Government Enforcement Institute

Slides – 15 pgs
$15
Audio – 56 mins
$15
Video – 57 mins
$25
Slides – 15 pgs preview Audio – 56 mins preview Video – 57 mins preview

The Company in Crisis: Talking to Investors, Regulators and the Media

Kit Addleman, Erik Hotmire, Ira H. Raphaelson, Sarah R. Teachout
Presented at the 2019 Government Enforcement Institute

Paper – 12 pgs
$25
Slides – 12 pgs
$15
Audio – 60 mins
$15
Video – 60 mins
$25
Paper – 12 pgs preview Slides – 12 pgs preview Audio – 60 mins preview Video – 60 mins preview

Representation of Multiple Parties: Ethical and Practical Considerations

Jennifer Z. Belveal, Patrick K. Craine, Amy Jeffress, Matthew G. Nielsen
Presented at the 2019 Government Enforcement Institute

Audio – 56 mins
$15
Video – 56 mins
$25
Audio – 56 mins preview Video – 56 mins preview

Cybersecurity: Between the SEC and DOJ, What’s a Company to Do?

Michael Chu, Adam R. Law, Scott Mascianica, John Park Pearson, Shamoil T. Shipchandler
Presented at the 2019 Government Enforcement Institute

Slides – 13 pgs
$15
Audio – 57 mins
$15
Video – 58 mins
$25
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False Claims Act Developments

Danny S. Ashby, Christopher Babbitt, Scott A. Resnik
Presented at the 2019 Government Enforcement Institute

Slides – 13 pgs
$15
Audio – 45 mins
$15
Video – 45 mins
$25
Slides – 13 pgs preview Audio – 45 mins preview Video – 45 mins preview

Antitrust Enforcement

J. Clayton Everett Jr., Robert E. Friedman, Peter Huston, Jennifer K. Schwab, Kim Van Winkle
Presented at the 2019 Government Enforcement Institute

Audio – 59 mins
$15
Video – 59 mins
$25
Audio – 59 mins preview Video – 59 mins preview
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