Association Of Federal Defense Attorneys (AFDA) Online Seminar
PROGRAM: The New Sentencing Commission Report on Federal Child Pornography Offenses: What Practitioners Need to Know
Mark Allenbaugh (former staff attorney at U.S. Sentencing Commission)
Tess Lopez (sentencing mitigation specialist; former U.S. Probation Officer)
The program will include an online Question / Answer session by which attendees can post questions via a moderated chat room.
DATE: Wednesday, May 1, 2013 / TIME: 12:00 p.m. (Noon) - 2:00 p.m. [Eastern Time]
LOCATION: The online program will be presented on the AFDA web site: www.afda.org
PRESENTATIONAL FORMAT: The panelists will give a joint 60 - 90 minute presentation with an outline displayed on a viewing screen. The outline will be made available to attendees to download as a handout.
FEE: Like all online seminars, this program is free of charge to AFDA members. AFDA is now a member-supported web site, to allow funds to be raised to pay ongoing operating expenses, including web programming and design; web hosting fees; and clerical staff to coordinate MCLE credit applications.
The fee to join AFDA is only $175 for a one - year membership; $300 for two years. Membership includes:
1. free attendance at all online video seminars; 2. unlimited access to the online archive of recordings of prior seminars; 3. a free online profile for your law practice; 4. a collection of online resources for federal defense attorneys, and 5. a member-to-member online chat system
RECORDING OF SEMINAR: All AFDA seminars are recorded. The recordings are placed in the Archive section of the AFDA web site for members to access 24/7 at no charge.
MCLE CREDIT: 1.0 hours California. AFDA is completing its certification as an MCLE provider in California. Applications for provider status will be filed in Florida, New York and Texas in the coming weeks. A certificate of attendance will be provided to all attendees at the seminar.
Seminar Moderator: Gregory Nicolaysen
Click Here To Join AFDA www.afda.org/join.php
Association of Federal Defense Attorneys