Bringing together legends of the bench and the bar
Presented by The State Bar of California Litigation Section
Friday-Saturday, October 13-14, 2017
Marriott Union Square
480 Sutter Street
San Francisco, CA 94108
Earn up to 13.5 Hours MCLE Credit, including Legal Ethics and Legal Specialization
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The Appellate Summit /
Keynote Luncheon Speaker
California Solicitor General
Friday, October 13, 2017
Total 7.75 Hours of MCLE
Join the Litigation Section for its first ever Litigation Summit. This will be a unique gathering of notable jurists and courtroom legends who will spend the day sharing their insights and imparting their wisdom. Hear from Chief Justice Cantil-Sakauye about her life experiences and her views on effective advocacy. Topnotch panelists will update you on 2017 litigation-related developments; Trial Lawyer Hall of Fame members will demonstrate key trial skills; a panel of accomplished in-house attorneys will tell you what they really want from their outside litigators; seasoned trial judges will teach you how to be more effective in the courtroom; and the exceptional lawyers who tried Oracle v. Google will dissect that hot trial for you.
Saturday, October 14, 2017
Total 5.75 Hours of MCLE
Includes 5.75 Hours of Legal Specialization Credit in Appellate Law and 1 Hour Legal Ethics
This inaugural Appellate Summit will update you on the latest developments in appellate practice and will provide invaluable insights from appellate justices, trial judges and appellate experts from across the state. The breakfast keynote will feature a lively presentation from Presiding Justice Arthur Gilbert of the Second District Court of Appeal on brief writing, and the luncheon keynote will feature a not-to-be-missed discussion with California Solicitor General Ed Dumont.