South Texas College of Law
Garrett Townes Hall
1303 San Jacinto • Houston, Texas 77002-7006
Anatomy of a Family Law Case
for the New Practitioner
Wednesday, November 12, 2014
This one-day program, consisting of presentations, interactive working sessions, and demonstrations from experienced family law practitioners and judges, is designed specifically to meet the needs of new family law practitioners. Attendees will learn how to handle a family law case in its entirety – beginning with the first meeting with the client to Final Orders – and will also receive samples of the forms attorneys need to complete for their clients and the Court.
Family Court Judges will tell attendees what they expect of attorneys who appear before them and attendees will receive practical tips designed to help them be the kind of attorney the Court Clerks and Court Coordinators like and respect.
The program concludes with a session about ways new family law practitioners can get their practices up and running – with ad litem appointments and CPS cases and appointments.
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Program materials will be available to attendees of the program either on a USB or in hard copy. The materials for this program are not sold separately.
This program is accredited by the State Bar of Texas for 8.0 MCLE hours including 1.0 hour of legal ethics.
$275 Attorneys licensed 4 years or longer
$250 Attorneys licensed less than 4 years
$225 STCL Alumni
$195 Paralegals/Legal Assistants
$ 75 Full-time Active Texas Court Judges
Law Students - registration fee waived,
course materials may be purchased for $25.
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Refunds, less a $25 processing fee, will be given to those who cancel in writing no later than November 3, 2014.
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Crowne Plaza Houston – Downtown
1700 Smith Street
$131 per night (guaranteed until November 3, 2014)
Book on-line at www.cpdowntown.com or call 1-877-834-3613
For special needs as addressed in the Americans with Disabilities Act, call (713) 646-1757 or 1-800-646-1253
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