Criminal Law Webinars

December 12, 2014

REGISTRATION LINKS

$65 (Private Assigned Counsel, Contract Attorneys and ALL other Non-IDS or State Employees

$0 (IDS State Employees ONLY)

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Wednesday, December 10, 5:00pm

Winter Criminal Law Webinar: Case and Legislative Update

The Winter and Summer Criminal Law webinars are offered annually.  They cover recent criminal law decisions issued by the North Carolina appellate courts and U.S. Supreme Court and highlight significant criminal law legislation enacted by the North Carolina General Assembly. School of Government criminal law faculty members John Rubin and Alyson Grine will discuss a wide range of issues affecting felony and misdemeanor cases in the North Carolina state courts. Webinar participants will be able to ask questions online, in real time. For information about other indigent defense education courses, visit our Indigent Defense Education site.

Attendees

This webinar is open to public defenders, private attorneys who do or are interested in doing indigent criminal defense work, and other court actors who handle criminal cases.

Credit

This webinar will offer approximately 90 minutes of general continuing legal education (CLE) credit and qualifies for NC State Bar Criminal Law Specialization Credit. As it is a live broadcast, the webinar is *not* subject to the 6-hour per year credit limit for computer-based CLE.

Webinar participants who do not watch the entire webinar must fill out and submit a PARTIAL CREDIT CERTIFICATION FORM within one week of the webinar.

 

Faculty coordinator
Teaching methods

Online presentation/discussion

Duration

2-3:30pm (90 minutes)
 

Site information

Internet only

Online information

This webinar will be broadcast live over the Internet. It's easy to participate — all you need is a computer, a high-speed Internet connection, and Adobe Flash Media Player. Webinar participants will see PowerPoint slides, listen to live audio, ask questions of the presenters, and "chat" with other webinar participants, all in real time.

If you would like to participate in or learn more about the webinar, please read these WEBINAR INSTRUCTIONS.

Contact
Albert Coates Professor of Public Law and Government
919.962.2498