Monday, March 05, 2012

Come one, come all

This should be a good one (and not just because I'm moderating a panel).  From the FBA website:

Don't miss the Federal Bar Association, South Florida Chapter's, Ethics in Federal Practice CLE Seminar! Hear the latest on ethical issues from the perspective of several of our federal judges and practicing lawyers, and earn three Florida Bar ethics credits (applied for), and catch up with our local federal practitioners and judges.

       Featured Speakers:

Hon. Cecilia M. Altonaga
United States District Judge
Hon. Jonathan Goodman
United States Magistrate Judge
Hon. Paul C. Huck
United States District Judge
Hon. Kathleen M. Williams
United States District Judge

          Date & time:  Thursday, March 8, 2012, 8 a.m. – noon
                                Breakfast will be served

          Location:       Hyatt Regency Hotel (downtown Miami)
                                400 Southeast Second Avenue
                                Miami, Florida  33131

          Cost:              $25  government, academic, and young lawyers
                                admitted in 2005 or later)
                                $50 for members
                                $75 for non members ($50 if you join our chapter now at

Purchase your ticket now at:

Schedule & Panels:

8 a.m.  --  Doors open, check-in, breakfast is served, time to mingle with guests and panelists

9 a.m.  --  Civil Ethics Issues:  United States District Judge Cecilia M. Altonaga,
                 United States Magistrate Judge Jonathan Goodman, and Adolfo Jimenez of Holland & Knight.
                 Moderator - Candace Duff, Greenberg Traurig, P.A.

10 a.m. -- Ethics & Discipline:  Key note speaker - United States District
                 Judge Paul C.  Huck, Florida  Bar counsel Jennifer Moore,
                 and Chair of the United States District Court Attorney Grievance
                 Committee John Delionado.
       Moderator - Ana Maria Martinez, Assistant United States Attorney.

11 a.m. -- Criminal Ethics Issues:  United States District Judge Kathleen
                 M. Williams, Assistant Federal Public Defender Miguel Caridad, and
                 First Assistant United States Attorney Ben Greenberg.
       Moderator - David O. Markus, Markus & Markus.


South Florida Lawyers said...

I like how you highlighted free breakfast -- that should draw them in!

Anonymous said...

Is there a segment on the ethics of being a snitch lawyer?