|Production Date:||April 18 2011|
Lyle (Highland Park, IL)
I THOUGHT THAT THE LAWYER DID A TREMENDOUS JOB WITH A UNIQUE LEGAL SCENARIO
jeffrey (white plains, NY)
Great course on the attorney as councal
Paul (San Angelo, TX)
excellent speaker, great advice for this narrow but difficult area of practice
Theodore (Waterbury, VT)
Without mentioning lacross, but by carefully using words (especially gender as a verb), the speaker helps us see the situation in practical terms. Seeing these matters as the academic participants see them, narrowing thefocus to that which can be effectively done for the client - works as advicebut more broadly helps us understand.
Jill (Rochester, NY)
Greg (Brooklyn, NY)
Very well done
Chris (Houston, TX)
One of the best I've heard---an interesting topic, handled extremely well and from the perspective of the defendant, not the accuser, which is good for a change. Lots of excellent practical tips, too.
Peter (Pelham Manor, NY)
interesting topic, good presentation
Lisa (Quincy, IL)
Maria C. (New York, NY)
Sharon (Austin, TX)
fascinating & very well presented
jeannie (ridgewood, NJ)
Speaker was clear, succinct, practical and experienced.
Steven (Dallas, TX)
good topic - lots of federal caselaw that impacts on Texas cases as well
Jaha (New York, NY)
An extremely good job.
Arthur (SOUTH HOUSTON, TX)
Jorge (Chicago, IL)
The speaker gave an excellent presentation on the subject.
Diane (Justice, IL)
Gina (Lindenhurst, IL)
John (Chicago, IL)
I've had several phone call from prospective clients on this very topic. What a great resource on how to proceed with the university hearing process.
Ira (East Hampton, NY)
a Great piece oncontemporary sociology.
Thomas (Chicago, IL)
Kimberly (Cortlandt Manor, NY)
New subject for me - very insightful!
William (Washington, DC)
Robert (Woodcliff Lake, NJ)
Very practical presentation.