When: Tuesday, December 17, 2019 from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Location: Social Law Library, Boston, MA.
Program Fee: $65
Sponsored by the Social Law Library, Senior Partners for Justice, and Greater Boston Family Law American Inn of Court.
CPCS approved for 2.0 credit hours from CAFL and the Post-Conviction panels.
The seminar will discuss key considerations and best practices for bringing forth a family law appeal, as covered in Matthew Barach’s recently published book, “The Family Law Guide to Appellate Practice.”
Matt will provide step-by-step guidance on the appellate process so family attorneys and pro se litigants can learn how to:
• Distinguish and review all potential options to an appeal
• Identify and recognize when an appeal is the only option for a client
• Explain the mechanics of appellate procedure
• Formulate effective and successful appellate written and oral arguments
• Examine the aftermath of an appeal in procedure and in substance for the client
Matthew Barach is an esteemed family law trial and appellate attorney and the author of The Family Law Guide to Appellate Practice. With over 20 years of family law experience, Matt regularly appears before Middlesex, Norfolk, Worcester, Suffolk and Essex County Family Law Courts. He also appears before the Massachusetts Appeals Court, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court and the First Circuit Court of Appeals.
Online registration is encouraged. For assistance, questions on group discounts, special billing, program content, out-of-state CLE credits, and general CLE information contact Michael Saporito at email@example.com. 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.