Registration Open for 2014 Bench Bar - April 4
Join the Austin Bar Association and the AYLA Foundation for a day of Xtreme CLE!
Date: Friday, April 4
Location: Austin Country Club
CLE: 6.75 hours (incl. 2 hours of ethics)
Cost: $275 for members; $375 for non-members
This year's Bench Bar Conference promises impressive topics, great speakers, and close to 40 judges in attendance. You'll get to hear from Austin lawyers who recently argued in front of the U.S. Supreme Court, play Ethics Jeopardy; and choose from a wide variety of breakout topics. Space will fill quickly - Click here to access the full schedule of topics and speakers and to register online. Register today!
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The Austin Bar Foundation and Austin Habitat for Humanity have completed the construction of this year's Legal Build home, built for Miguel and Joyce Ruiz and their family.
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February Members Only Fourth Friday Free CLE
Friday, Feb. 28, at noon
When the Feds Come Knocking: Government Investigations and Civil & Criminal Proceedings
Matthew Orwig, Former U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Texas
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Thank you to our sponsor, Practical Fitness!
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Check out NEW CLE content:
. Ultimate Trial Notebook Seminar - 2012 (5 hours credit)
. The Exoneration of Michael Morton (1 hour, including 1 hour ethics credit)
. Proposed New Texas Supreme Court Rules for Cases Under $100,000 (1 hour credit)