SEMINAR ON SATURDAY, JANUARY 29th, 2005
FDAP will be conducting a training seminar on Saturday,
January 29th in the Court building in San Francisco. The
Syllabus appears below.
one-day seminar will have 6 hours of MCLE credit, including
1 hour of ethics. The seminar will cover a wide variety
of topics, which should be of interest to panel members
of all levels of experience.
cost of the seminar will be $85, which will inlcude written
materials and a catered lunch and snacks.
seminar will be a good chance to greet and chat with other
panel attorneys and the FDAP staff attorneys, while getting
caught up on a variety of timely items relating to your
you are interested in attending, please print and fill out
and send it with a check for $85 made out to FDAP to:
First District Appellate Project
730 Harrison Street, suite 201
San Francisco, CA 94107
DISTRICT APPELLATE PROJECT TRAINING SEMINAR
Saturday, January 29, 2005
Court of Appeal Building, 350 McAllister Street, San
v Washington Update (Brad O'Connell, Jonathan Soglin)
in the First District (Managing Attorney Frank McGuire)
and Ramifications re Crawford v Washington (Prof.
(1) Rule of Professional Conduct 3-100 (Mat Zwerling)
(2) Professionalism (Elliot Bien)
with Innocence Projects (Kathleen Ridolfi; Linda
CYA Commitments (Kathryn Seligman; Panel: Richard
Braucher, Kathy Kahn, Patti Lee, Rita Swenor)
Issues in Cal and U.S. Supreme Court (Jonathan Soglin)
2nd Degree Felony-Murder Survive in California? (Brad