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Domestic violence and child custody CLE seminar set for April 15 in Fayetteville

By: 25 March 2011 No Comment

We at First Arkansas News are proud to be the media sponsor for the Best Practices For Domestic Violence and Child Custody continuing legal education (CLE) seminar scheduled for April 15 at the Church at Arkansas at 1905 E. Mission #5 in Fayetteville.

The seminar, hosted by Legal Aid of Arkansas, is good for 5.5 hours of CLE for attorneys and costs $20 for some of the organization’s volunteers, prosecutors, public defenders, law enforcement officials and court personnel. All other attorneys will be charged $120 to attend the seminar. Hey, you’ve got to have some CLE hours to keep up that Arkansas law license, so why not get those out of the way while learning something worthwhile?

If you’d like to register for the seminar, just click here for the handy registration form to print, fill out and send in to the Legal Aid of Arkansas office in Fayetteville. That form should be turned in by April 7.

Over the next couple of weeks, we’ll post some interviews with speakers that will conduct classes during the seminar. We’ve posted the first in that series of podcasts — an interview with Fayetteville attorney Alene Bryson — here.

Bryson concentrates on immigration law and is spreading the word about using the U-Visa to assist foreign-born victims of spousal and child abuse. The aforementioned podcast is rather dicey in terms of sound quality, but the information contained therein is very solid.

Check back for more podcasts and remember — you can always keep up with our podcasts by subscribing to our iTunes feed.

About: Ethan C. Nobles:
Benton resident. Rogue journalist. Recovering attorney. Email = Ethan@FirstArkansasNews.net.

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