Sixth Circuit: A Year In Review Conference Is Oct. 11

Tuesday, September 10, 2013

The Chattanooga Chapter of the Federal Bar Association will be hosting The Sixth Circuit: A Year in Review conference on Friday, Oct. 11,at The Chattanoogan Hotel.  The conference is expected to provide attendees the opportunity to receive six hours of continuing legal education including 1.5 ethics hours, along with lunch and post-conference reception.

The conference will feature a lunch presentation by the Honorable Jane Branstetter Stranch, United States Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit.  The conference will also offer a panel discussion comprised of Eastern District Judges including Chief District Judge Thomas A. Varlan, District Judge Curtis L. Collier, District Judge Harry S. Mattice, Jr., and Bankruptcy Judge Shelley D. Rucker, and will be moderated by Magistrate Judge William B. Mitchell Carter, as well as an Ethics presentation by District Judge J. Ronnie Greer. Additionally, the conference will include a live review of the past year’s Sixth Circuit cases by local practitioners, with the option to choose between Civil or Criminal cases.   

For registration or additional information, please contact Crews Townsend or Lynzi J. Archibald at chattanoogafba@gmail.com.  Limited seating is available.  The Conference registration fee is $200 for Federal Bar Association Members and $250 for Non-Members and includes lunch and a post-conference reception.



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