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Carol Bauss will be speaking at the SFTLA New Lawyers Ski and CLE Weekend event March 9 through March 12, 2017 on the topic of "Online Focus Groups." The event will be held at the Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe, Incline Village. For additional information and registration, visit https://www.sftla.org/index.cfm?pg=events&evAction=showDetail&eid=39404
Carol Bauss will be chairing a three-part, hands-on, trial skills program for SFTLA in March, May and September of this year. "Openings," March 21, 2017; “Voir Dire," May 23, 2017; and “Closings,” September 19, 2017. Locations of the events to be determined. Register now as space is limited to 15 participants for maximum one-on-one attention from the experienced faculty. For additional information and online registration see https://www.sftla.org/index.cfm?pg=events&evAction=showDetail&eid=39407&evSubAction=viewMonth&calmonth=201703 .
Lois Heaney will be speaking at the FACDL Twenty-Third Death Penalty Seminar being held March 16-18, 2017. Ms. Heaney will be speaking on "Social Science and Jury Selection in Capital Cases." Her presentation will address issues including venue evaluation, jury composition, death qualification, jury questionnaires and voir dire. The seminar will be held at Renaissance Orlando Hotel, Airport, 5445 Forbes Place, Orlando, Florida. For additional information visit http://www.facdl.org/page/death-is-different-xxiii-2017
Carol Bauss will be participating in a panel on "Examining Witnesses at Trial" at the Alameda County Bar Association's Labor and Employment Symposium. The event will be held October 28, 2016 from 9:00am to 3:30pm at Scott's Seafood in Jack London Square. For additional information and registration see http://www.acbanet.org/calendar/signup.asp
Lois Heaney will be presenting at the annual NAACP Legal Defense Fund Capital Punishment Training Conference on “Revisting Death Qualification.” Lois will be speaking along with Professor Elisabeth Semel and Professor Mona Lynch. The conference will be held July 7 through 10, 2016 at the Airlie Conference Center, Warrenton, Virginia. For further information visit http://www.naacpldf.org