When: Tuesday, November 13, 2018 from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Location: Social Law Library, Boston, MA.
Program Fee: $65 - THIS PROGRAM IS SOLD OUT.
CPCS approved for 2.0 hours of credit from the the GCL and CAFL panels.
Hon. Sookyoung Shin, Appeals Court
Hon. Douglas H. Wilkins, Superior Court
Michele Randazzo, KP Law, P.C.
Timothy Casey, Assistant Attorney General, Government Bureau
Brian J. Harkins, Senior Reference Attorney, Social Law Library
Robert Quinan, Deputy Division Chief, Administrative Law Division, Office of the Attorney General
Presided over by seasoned judges skilled in judicial review of agency adjudicatory decisions, this program also features an expert panel of lawyers with experience in all aspects of Massachusetts administrative law. Online registration is encouraged. For assistance, questions on group discounts, accommodations requests, special billing, program content, out-of-state CLE credits, and general CLE information contact Michael Saporito at 617-226-1343 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Space is limited. Registrations accepted in order of receipt. Same day registrations are $5.00 extra. Registration fees are non-refundable. Registrants for this program acknowledge that during the program their photographic or videographic images may be incidentally taken; registrants agree that the submission of their registrations for this program constitutes their written consent to the Social Law Library’s use of any such image in print and online materials solely for promotion of the Library’s noncommercial CLE seminars and other educational events and activities.
Topics to be covered include:
• Nuts and Bolts survey of the applicable law, procedural considerations and scope of review of adjudicatory proceedings before the Superior Court (under the State Administrative Procedure Acct, Chapter 30A, and the Certiorari statute, Chapter 249, Sec. 4)
• the panelists will also provide useful practice notes on select statutes and types of cases that proceed directly to the appellate courts.
Hot topics and emerging issues will also be presented, including discussion of important recent cases such as Frawley v. Police Commissioner of Cambridge, 473 Mass. 716 (2016) and Carey v. Commissioner of Corrections, 479 Mass. 367 (2018).
Tips on researching regulatory history and finding administrative decisions and guidances.