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Mark your calendars

If you plan to apply to the Louisiana Board of Legal Specialization in 2016 for certification as an appellate specialist, one of the things you’ll need is 18 hours of CLE in 2016 in the area of appellate practice. A likely place to pick up some of those hours will be the Appellate Summit put on by the ABA’s Appellate Judges Educational Institute and Council of Appellate Lawyers. According to an e-mail I received today, the 2016 Summit will be held in Philadelphia (presumably PA, not MS) on November 10–13. If you’re interested in attending this seminar and are the type who likes to plan ahead, block out the dates now.

And if you can’t wait 11 months to scratch your appellate-CLE itch, then register for the DRI Appellate Seminar, to be held in Scottsdale, AZ on February 10–12. For details on that seminar, read this blog post.

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