On November 1, 2019, I am honored to be presenting at ICLEF’s Appellate Practice Advocacy seminar. Details can be found here. I will be presenting as part of a panel on two topics: oral advocacy and criminal appeals. The CLE has a fantastic lineup of speakers, including several appellate court judges and the top appellate advocates in the state.
Then on December 6, 2019, I will be presenting on Indiana’s vacatur statute for human trafficked victims. The Indiana Public Defender Council has put together a full-day seminar on human trafficking recognition, resources, and defenses. The seminar will train public defenders on recognizing clients who are human trafficking victims, obtaining resources for their victimized clients, and presenting a case on behalf of their clients regarding the impact their victimization had in their criminal case. Mark Nicholson, from the Nicholson Law Office, and I will be explaining Indiana’s vacatur statute and the ethical implications surrounding representation of human-trafficked victims.