Seminar – Hot Tips in Family Law: What I Wish I Would Have Known

Seminar – Hot Tips in Family Law: What I Wish I Would Have Known

On November 11, 2021, Megan S. Murray will be moderating the seminar Hot Tips in Family Law: What I Wish I Would Have Known. The Hot Tips seminar will feature over 40 experienced matrimonial attorney and judge panelists who will provide practice tips on multiple areas of family law, including but not limited to, motion practice; discovery; evidence; alternative dispute resolution; and more. The seminar will take place via a virtual platform from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

About this event
Every year, attorneys like you turn to NJICLE’s Hot Tips in Family Law to hear fast-paced advice from some of New Jersey’s leading matrimonial lawyers and retired judges.

Featuring 40 highly-respected matrimonial experts who are ready to share their top tips with you, this year’s program will explore complex ethical issues that are seemingly ever-present in a family law practice, including the topics you asked for like conflicts and referrals, confidentiality and privilege, candor towards the tribunal, and zealous advocacy in the matrimonial law setting.

Our distinguished panel will also share their collective knowledge/experience, strategies, and proven “best practices” to avoid or overcome complicated ethical dilemmas in specific family law situations, providing you with practical, thoughtful tactics that you can use in your practice immediately.

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