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2021 FEDERAL PRACTICE SEMINAR – Part 2: How to Make the Most of a Younger Lawyer’s Early Years in Practice

The Young Lawyers Division of the Tampa Bay Chapter of the Federal Bar Association

in association with

The Appellate Law Section of the Hillsborough County Bar Association

present:

2020 FEDERAL PRACTICE SEMINAR – Part 2:

How to Make the Most of a Younger Lawyer’s Early Years in Practice

Wednesday May 26, 2021 – 12:00 PM – 1:15 PM

Via webinar.  A Zoom invite will be e-mailed to all registered attendees.

 

This two-part, virtual series will educate young lawyers, law students, and those new to federal practice on the unique aspects of practicing in federal court.  It will provide resources for navigating a case, whether for pro bono, private practice, or public service.  CLE credit pending.

Part 2 will feature a panel discussion moderated by the Honorable Mac McCoy of the Middle District of Florida.  The panelists will share from their personal experiences on how younger lawyers can make the most out of their early years in practice.  CLE credit pending.

Panelists include:

  • Steven R. Cozzi, Attorney, Blanchard Law, P.A.
  • Mamie Wise, Assistant United States Attorney
  • Monica H. Johnson, Corporate Counsel at Kforce, Inc.
  • Ryan T. Hopper, Of Counsel, Greenberg Traurig, P.A.

Free for TBCFBA and HCBA members.  Also free for students, law clerks, government lawyers and judges; $30 for non-members.  Register by 5:00pm on Tues., May 25, 2021, to receive a Zoom invite for Part 2.

For questions about this program, please contact Beatriz Miranda at bmiranda@johnsonjackson.com or Colby Ellis at cellis@johnsonjackson.com.

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Date:
May 26, 2021
Time:
12:00 PM - 1:15 PM

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