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31st Annual Texas Forum – February 22, 2013

Posted by Texas Paralegal Division Blogger at blog@txpd.org on February 14, 2013

31st Annual Texas Forum
City Place Conference Center, Dallas, TX

Friday, February 22, 2013blue bonnets

Earn 4.0 CLE Hours for only $25.00 for paralegals and $20.00 for paralegal students!
Registration Deadline:  February 15, 2013 (limited space available)

The State Bar of Texas Standing Committee on Paralegals is sponsoring a CLE event for its Texas Forum on Friday, February 22, 2013 at City Place Conference Center, 2711 North Haskell, Dallas, TX.  The Forum will begin at 9:00 am and adjourn at 2:30 pm.  Registration (no later than February 15) is $25 for paralegals and $20 for paralegal students.  The registration includes lunch, materials, and parking (validation for parking fee).  Attendees receive MCLE State Bar Accredited CLE – 4.0 hours (1 Ethics).

Featured Keynote Speaker:

Attendees receive MCLE State Bar Accredited CLE – 4.0 hours (1 Ethics).

Featured Keynote Speaker:
Dr. Jan DeLipsey, Ph.,D., Dallas
“A Jury of Your Fears or a Jury of Your Peers?  Modern Jury Selection”

Track 1:
Advanced Track for Attorneys/Paralegals

Track 2:
Intermediate Track for Students and Practicing Paralegals

View the program and registration form
Note:  Registration by February 15, 2013

For detailed information:
Contact: Susan Brennan
Email: Susan.Brennan@TEXASBAR.COM

Sponsored by:  Texas Lawyer

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