Date(s) - Sun, Jan 21st, 2018 - Thu, Jan 25th, 2018
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
The St. Regis Aspen
315 E. Dean Street
Aspen Colorado, 81611
Dear Brothers and Sisters:
Advanced Criminal Law in Aspen 2018 is just around the corner!
I hope you will consider joining us…
This year’s program, “Winning Strategies for the Defense” may be the most exciting program we’ve ever had! It promises to be another great seminar with a terrific list speakers and timely topics, and we guarantee you will leave with tips to use in your own practice.
If you have already registered –please consider helping us to spread the word about this fantastic event and encourage your friends and colleagues to consider coming! As you well-know, once people experience this event for the first time, they typically will come again and again.
Scholarships are available for state public defenders and Federal Defenders!
Learn more about the agenda – www.nacdl.org/Aspen/
Featured Speakers & Topics:
Keynote – Rick Jones, Neighborhood Defender Services of Harlem (New York, NY)
Winning Tips from the Bench – Hon. William Q. Hayes, USDC, S.D.CA (San Diego, CA)
Dealing With Difficult Judges & Judicial Misconduct – Hon. Charles E. Atwell, Presiding Circuit Judge, Jackson County, Mo. (Ret) (Kansas City, MO)
How the Police Generate False Confessions – James L. Trainum, Ret. Police Detective and Author (Washington, DC)
Challenging In Court the Sins from the Interrogation Room – Deja Vishny (Milwaukee, WI)
SCOTUS Update – Jeffrey L. Fisher (Stanford, CA) and Neal Katyal (Washington, DC)
Techniques to Make the 6th Amendment Count – Joshua Dubin (New York, NY)
Seeing is Believing: Using Visual, Emotion-Based Storytelling at Sentencing – Douglas A. Passon (Phoenix, AZ)
Snitches: Ethically Representing Them, and Cross-Examining Them – Saskia Jordan (Denver, CO)
Race & the 4th Amendment – Juval O. Scott, Defender Services, Training Division (Washington, DC)
Ethical Demands on the Modern Criminal Defense Lawyer – Drew Findling (Atlanta, GA)
Using Experts Ethically – Edward J. Ungvarsky (Arlington, VA)
In an effort to entice a new generation of participants, and bring the joy of this most extraordinary CLE Program to a new group of defenders from every region of the country, we have included some new special discounts this year. You will notice we’ve added a number of new lower-cost registration categories for young lawyers under 40, State and Federal Defenders, as well as CJA Panel Lawyers. There are also plenty of scholarships available.
Please….help us continue this wonderful tradition for years to come, and encourage everyone you can to join us!
Who can say no to all this program has to offer? The unparalleled skiing of Aspen, a one-of-a-kind CLE program, and most importantly, the camaraderie the makes this seminar like no other. I hope you will consider coming again in January 2018, and BRING FRIENDS AND FAMILY to share in the great week that is always the Aspen Conference.
I hope to see you in Aspen, where I can personally promise a great time will be had by all!
Visit the NACDL website to find the full Conference Agenda for the Aspen Advanced Criminal Law Seminar.
Advanced Criminal Law Seminar / Aspen, CO / January 21-24, 2018