FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Oct. 16, 2009
Contact: Anika Mitchell Perkins
MUW legal studies department hosts law seminar
COLUMBUS, Miss. – Attorneys, paralegals, legal secretaries and other legal support staff will have an opportunity to obtain continuing legal education on the campus of Mississippi University for Women Friday, Nov. 6.
The “Fall Forward to The Keystones of Practicing Law” seminar is being sponsored by the Paralegal Committee of the Mississippi Bar and hosted by the legal studies department at MUW.
Chancellor Kenneth Burns of the 14th Chancery District will discuss managing estates. Participants also will be able to discuss real life ethics with Circuit Judge James T. “Jim” Kitchens of the 16th Judicial District. Martin Reginbal, Esq., and Michael Hudson, Esq., of the Kullman Firm, will focus on the complex world of labor and employment. Ronald L. “Ronny” Roberts, Esq. of Mitchell, McNutt & Sams, will review tips and techniques in alternative dispute resolution. Terry R. Cox, CLI, of the Lonewolf group, will assess what private investigators can do to enhance their practices.
Approximately 30 individuals are expected to attend the seminar, according to Dr. William “Bill” Mayfield, MUW dean for the School of Professional Studies. Mayfield added that 10 MUW students have received scholarships to attend the seminar.
“This allows our students to network with industry leaders,” he said.
Registration is $80. A continental breakfast will be served.
For more information, call Beverly Broocks via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.