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Thanks to a friendly reminder from CPT Josh Johnson, here is a link to this years JAA Appellate Advocacy Seminar.

For VA attorneys it is cheaper than CAAF’s annual seminar and you get more CLE credits because of the program handouts.  Of course you may have to miss the last day of LTC Lakin’s trial.

Thanks to a nicely and newly redesigned JAA website, here is information this years Appellate Advocacy Symposium.  This is good training and good for those all important CLE credits for civilian attorneys.  (Note, VA gives full credit for this one day seminar.  I just checked my CLE records and we were only given four hours for two days of the CAAF Judicial Conference this year.  I believe this relates to written materials not being provided as part of the instruction.  VA requires that there be some form of written handout or materials given out along with instructor bio’s, etc.)

October 15th, 2010 8:00am-5:00pm
George Mason University School of Law

This event is co-sponsored by the United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces and the Judge Advocates Association.  For information about this event, please contact CPT Joshua Johnson at:

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