Ethics Credits Included:
A pre-recorded streaming VIDEO replay of one session from the October 2013 live seminar, 32nd Annual Family Law Seminar .
The appeal is not over when the briefs are filed. The last chance to convince the appellate court is at oral argument, and additional responsibilities remain even after a decision is made.
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Lawrence D. Diehl, Barnes & Diehl / Chesterfield
32nd Annual Family Law 2013 (Online Seminar)
The Mechanics of the Appeal (from Annual Family Law 2013) (Online Seminar)
Making the Record and Formulating the Argument (from Annual Family Law 2013) (Online Seminar)
Family Law 2013: A View from the Bench (from Annual Family Law 2013) (Online Seminar)
Ethics: Maintaining a Level of Civility (from Annual Family Law 2013) (Online Seminar)