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[13 Apr 2011 | 4 Comments | 6,025 views]
Domestic violence, child custody seminar on Friday

The Best Practices in Domestic Violence and Child Custody continuing legal education (CLE) seminar sponsored by Legal Aid of Arkansas is scheduled for this Friday (April 15) in Fayetteville.
You can find out more information about the seminar — and how to register — by clicking here. Licensed attorneys attending the course are eligible for 5.5 hours of CLE credit.
First Arkansas News is the media sponsor of this event. As such, we have posted interviews with some of the presenters scheduled for the event. You’ll find an interview with Fayetteville Attorney …

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[10 Apr 2011 | No Comment | 1,430 views]
Week in Review — April 3-10

It was a busier week than usual here at First Arkansas News as stories kept flying in for some reason.
Is that a complaint? Heck no. However, it’s been busy around here and we do hope our readers didn’t miss out on some of the more significant stories. As always, we encourage people to stay up to date through using one of the free, convenient services we hope people find convenient — click it up to subscribe to our RSS feed, “like” us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter or subscribe …

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[9 Apr 2011 | One Comment | 5,341 views]
Mike Denton — communities respond to domestic violence

Travis County Court Division 4 Judge Mike Denton of Austin, Texas, says good things happen when communities respond to domestic violence.
Denton will be one of the presenters at the Best Practices for Domestic Violence and Child Custody continuing legal education (CLE) seminar scheduled for April 15 in Fayetteville. The seminar is worth 5.5 hours of CLE and is sponsored by Legal Aid of Arkansas. You can find out more information about the seminar by clicking here. If you’re a licensed attorney in need of some CLE hours and want to …

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[5 Apr 2011 | One Comment | 4,739 views]
John Mikesch — domestic abuse and how to escape it

John Mikesch, an attorney with Taylor Law Partners in Fayetteville, is one of the featured presenters at Best Practices for Domestic Violence and Child Custody continuing legal education (CLE) seminar on April 15 in Fayetteville.
That seminar is hosted by Legal Aid of Arkansas and is good for 5.5 hours of CLE credit for licensed attorneys. Click here for more information about the seminar and a handy registration form. Legal Aid has asked that all people wanting to attend try to turn in their registration forms by April 7. So, tick-tock, …

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[27 Mar 2011 | No Comment | 1,146 views]
Week in Review (March 21-27)

It’s been a heck of a week on a number of levels here in Arkansas.
For one thing, that pesky winter returned in full force about the middle of the week. Indeed, our 70-degree, sunny days were replaced by near-freezing temperatures and nasty rain by the weekend.
For another, the question a heck of a lot of us Arkansans wanted to know was answered this week — who will replace deposed Razorbacks Basketball Coach John Pelphrey? Also, we had the state Legislature going about its business of annoying us with new laws. …

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[25 Mar 2011 | No Comment | 2,177 views]
Domestic violence and child custody CLE seminar set for April 15 in Fayetteville

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 …