This seminar is intended to assist both those who have applied to take the certification exam and those who are thinking about taking the exam in the future. It is developed and conducted without any involvement or endorsement by the BLSE and/or Certification committees. Furthermore, those who have developed the program have had no communication […]
October 7 - October 10
Make plans now to attend the 2021 Trial Advocacy Workshop. Hone your trial skills as you prepare and present a family law case from beginning to end. Choose between a “Children’s Issues” track or a “Financial Issues” track (preferences will be considered but are not guaranteed). You will be paired with an opposing counsel and will be part of a small group where you will receive individualized attention and critique from your workshop leaders, all of whom are either Board-Certified Marital and Family Law attorneys, judges or general magistrates. You will meet with mental health experts (“Children’s Issues” track) or financial experts (“Financial Issues” track) and will have an opportunity to ask questions and engage in open discussions.
The business of the Family Law Section, whether informal or formal, shall not be recorded in any manner, through any medium, at any time by any participants without the prior written consent from the Section Chair. However, if you are a person with a disability who needs accommodations in order to participate in Section activities, you are entitled to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Family Law Section Chair at least seven (7) days before the event to request accommodations.