Date and Time: Monday, October 24, 2022 from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Webinar and Book Fee: $119 (program and Matt Barach’s book) SAVE!! $90 OFF THE BOOK’S REGULAR PRICE. (Includes shipping and tax. Book will ship after the program).
This program is online only.
This program has been approved by CPCS for 2.0 credit hours for the CAFL panels. To receive credits attendees must be logged on during the program for a minimum of 80% of the conference time. Certificates will be emailed to all attendees who were logged onto the program for at least 80% of the program.
Hon. Amy L. Blake, Associate Justice, Massachusetts Appeals Court
Hon. Kevin Connelly, Probate and Family Court
Matthew P. Barach, Esq., Attorney and Author of The Family Law Guide to Appellate Practice (Moderator)
Join our distinguished panel of an Appeals Court Justice, a Probate and Family Court Judge, and an experienced family law practitioner to learn how to best handle a family law appeal from beginning to end.
Learn how to ensure a good trial record to enable all your potential, and actual appellate issues will be heard by the Appeals Court. The logistics of filing the appeal and assembly of the record with the Probate Court will be explained. Learn the appellate process including the drafting of an effective appellate brief. Hear from an Appeals Court Justice how the merits of your family law appeal will be reviewed and weighed by the Appeals Court.
Online registration is encouraged. For assistance, questions on group discounts, accommodations requests, special billing, program content, out-of-state CLE credits, and general contact CLE Coordinator, Michael Saporito by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Registrations accepted in order of receipt. Registration fees are non-refundable. Most Social Law Library CLE events are recorded and recordings are sent to all who are registered. The recording is available by digital download, generally within a week after the program date. CLE credit, when applicable, is only granted when the live webinar is attended.
Family law matters are intimately personal, and touch upon people's most private treasures and issues. This perspective directly affects all aspects of domestic relations, including appellate practice. Serving as a practical guide on whether to appeal a family court decision, and then how to proceed with the appeal, this is a valuable resource for both the newer and the more seasoned family lawyer, filling a void in the literature by focusing on the unique issues involved in appealing a family law case.