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The Aspen Legal Seminar Just Two Weeks Away – Register Now!
Dear NORML Supporters,
The 2011 NORML Aspen Legal Seminar, scheduled for June 2-4, 2011 at the Gant Hotel in beautiful Aspen, CO, is just two weeks away. Details of the program and the registration information are available on the NORML website:
At this seminar we also permit interested non-lawyers to register and attend.
The legal seminar will consist of three days of lectures from leading criminal defense attorneys covering topics such as the latest important search and seizure decisions (Gerry Goldstein, San Antonio, TX); DUID: Understanding the Science (NORML Deputy Director Paul Armentano) and DUID: Trial Tactics (Okorie Okorocha, Pasadena, CA) ; jury nullification (Beth Krulewitch, Aspen, CO); sentencing mitigation in a drug case (Marc Milavitz, Boulder, CO); the religious use of marijuana as a defense (Jay Leiderman, Ventura, CA); medical marijuana and workers’ rights (Kimberlie Ryan, Denver, CO); ethical issues presented when representing medical marijuana growers and dispensaries (Lynne Williams, Bar Harbor, ME and Thomas Dean, Flagstaff, AZ); cannabis offenses and family court (Leland Berger, Portland, OR); ethical considerations of a joint defense agreement (John Wesley Hall, Little Rock, AR); the new war on pain medications (Jeralyn Merritt, Denver, CO); and breathin! g life into the presumption of innocence (Marjorie Russell, Lansing, MI).
This legal seminar is approved for CLE credit by all states that require attorneys to obtain continuing legal education credits on an ongoing basis. Those states utilizing a 60-minute hour will provide 10.25 hours of overall CLE credit, including 2 hours of ethics; those states utilizing a 50-minute hour will provide 12.4 hours of overall CLE credit, including 2.4 hours of ethics.
Those who have joined us at previous Aspen legal seminars will be pleased to know that we will once again be holding a benefit dinner on Friday evening at the lovely home of Chris and Gerry Goldstein, catered by celebrated Aspen chef Chris Lanter from Cache Cache, a popular Aspen restaurant; and we will be returning to Owl Farm, the legendary home of the late Hunter S. Thompson, on Saturday afternoon for a cookout as the guests of his widow, Anita Thompson.
Check out the agenda here: http://www.norml.org/index.cfm?Group_ID=6829
Again, at this seminar we also permit interested non-lawyers to register and attend.
The Gant Hotel has provided NORML with a special block of rooms at a reduced rate ($165 for one bedroom unit; $185 for two bedroom unit). Be sure to mention the ‘NORML legal seminar’ when you call to reserve a room: http://www.gantaspen.com
Don’t delay, register today and plan to join us for what has become an annual event — a lovely long weekend in the Rocky Mountains with like-minded friends and colleagues. Rooms at The Gant, seminar registrations and socials are all limited in space, so don’t procrastinate because this unique event will sell out quickly!
If your law firm, medical cannabis or related cannabusinesses or non-profit organizations have interest in sponsorship opportunities for NORML’s 2011 Aspen Legal Seminar, please send an email to: email@example.com
Feel free to contact us with any questions you may have.
Keith Stroup, Esq.
NORML Legal Counsel