29th Annual Appellate Practice Institute

29th  Annual Appellate Practice Institute

This program will feature an update on recent developments in appellate practice, reports from the appellate court clerks, a chance to hear from Bonnie Stapelton, the new appellate mediator and segments on administrative appeals, post-trial issues and oral argument.  Judge Harris L. Hartz from the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals will be the keynote speaker.



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9/14/2018 8:30 AM - 4:45 PM
Live at the State Bar Center and Via Live Webcast 5121 Masthead NE Albuquerque 87109
Online registration not available.

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Harris Hartz, Edward Ricco, David Henderson, David Thomson, John Sullivan, Larry Montano, Joey Moya, Mark Reynolds, Bonnie Stepleton, Thomas Bird, Justin Kaufman, Emil Kiehne, Dana Hardy

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