-- The NY Times had an interesting article this weekend about the growing prison consulting industry. I've never recommended that a client use a prison consultant. Instead, I have the client and his family talk to someone who recently did time at the designated prison. Each place is different and the rules change all the time, so it doesn't make sense to me to talk to someone who did time 8 years ago at a place on the other side of the country.
-- Should be an interesting talk about Rock and Roll by Judge Goodman:
-- Speaking of events, Roy Black and Matt Menchel will be speaking on closing arguments. Seems like a cool event:
Upcoming Event - April 19, 2012-- Paul Clement reads How Appealing and SCOTUSBlog. What about SDFLA?!
Persuasive Closing Arguments - A Demonstration and Discussion of a Closing Argument in the Helio Castroneves CasePlease join us for this complimentary seminar/webinar presented by one of the nation's premier criminal and civil trial lawyers Roy Black of Black, Srebnick, Kornspan & Stumpf, P.A. Mr. Black will present a demonstration on how to prepare and deliver powerful closing arguments referencing his recent closing argument in the Helio Castroneves case. The demonstration will be followed by a dynamic Q&A session with Mr. Black as well as Kobre & Kim Center for Trial Advocacy founder, Matthew Menchel.
Live complimentary webinar and seminar:
Thursday April 19, 2012
6:30pm – 7:30pm EDT – Live Seminar and Webinar
7:30pm – 8:30pm EDT – Live Seminar Cocktail Reception
Live seminar will be held at:
The EPIC Hotel
270 Biscayne Boulevard Way, Miami, Florida