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2014 MCBA Arizona Paralegal Conference


The Evolution of the Paralegal: Learning from the Past, Looking at the Present, and Imagining the Future

 

 

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Join Us at the 15th Annual MCBA Arizona Paralegal Conference
Friday, October 10, 2014

Registration begins at 7:30 AM

Hyatt Regency Phoenix Downtown

October 10th has been proclaimed Paralegal Day in Arizona!​

 Conference  Highlights

 

Conference Sponsors

 
 

History of the Division
&
​ Recognition of Past Presidents
– Sybil Taylor Aytch, RP

 

 Keynote Presentation:

“How Paralegals can make their Attorney Look Good in Court” 
Panelists: Hon. Thomas LeClaire (Civil), Hon. Geoffrey Fish (Probate), Hon. Jay Adleman (Family), & Hon. Pamela Gates (Criminal)

  

AM Break Out Sessions:

   A) “The Rules of Civil Procedure: An Examination of the Discovery and Trial Rules in Justice, State & Federal Court”   
Panelists: Hon. Gerald Williams, North Valley Justice Court, William G. Klain, Esq., Lang, Baker & Klain, P.L.C., and John W. Rogers, Supreme Court of Arizona

B)
  "Document Destruction: How to Stop the Spoiling of Evidence”
Presenter: Pat Fowler, Snell & Wilmer, LLP  


  

PM Break Out Sessions

     A) “Does the Constitution Protect Some or All? – A Closer Look at the Protection of Our Civil Liberties”
Presenter:  Kelly J. Flood,
ASU Alumni Law Group

B)  “Are You Sure You Know Who You Are? -  How to Protect Yourself From IdentityTheft” 
Presenters: Detective James Owens, Phoenix Police Department & Vincent M. Creta, Esq., Creta Law Firm, P.L.L.C.

  

General Session: “Bridging the Gap on Legal Services: Is the Licensing of Paralegals Coming to Arizona?”
Panelists: Ward Parker, UPL/ Special Srvices Counsel, State Bar of Arizona & Scott Hauert, Director of Legal Studies, Phoenix College

  

Ethics General Session: Social Media and Bring Your Own Device to Work -
What Every Employer & Employee
Should Know

Presenter: Joshua R. Woodard,
Snell & Wilmer, LLP

 
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