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Fears, Firearms, and Fundamental Rights. Who Wins?

Wednesday, November 6, 2013 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Great Hall, Armstrong Hall Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law ASU Tempe campus

Please join the The Continuing Legal Education Program at Arizona State University’s Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law for a program that will keep you on the edge of your seat!  The program brings together some of the most prominent state experts to discuss controversial topics like guns in the classroom (HB2656), the stand-your-ground law, lessons from the George Zimmerman trial, and guns, Congress, courtrooms, and our culture.  Also get a legislative update, learn more about gun trusts, and hear from experts about justification and self-defense. This dynamic and thought provoking program will go over cutting edge topics relating to gun law and the constitutional right to bear arms.  Those not seeking CLE credit will still find this program fascinating, educational and definitely worth attending!

Presenters include leading professionals including Program Chair Shane F. Krauser, a partner at Davis Miles McGuire Gardner; Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery; Nick Dranias, an attorney at the Goldwater Institute; Alan Korwin, prolific author on gun laws; Richard Mack, former sheriff of Graham County; defense attorney Marc J. Victor; defense attorney Larry Debus; defense attorney Tait Elkie; state Sen. Steve Gallardo (D-Phoenix); Arizona Senate President Andy Biggs (R-Gilbert); Charlie Davis, founding partner, Davis Miles McGuire Gardner; Professor Paul Bender, Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University; and Lando Voyles, Pinal County Attorney

Any and all firearms are prohibited on the ASU campus.

Program ID: 14341TEM

Date/Time
Date(s) - November 6, 2013
8:05 am - 5:00 pm

Location
Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law/Armstrong Hall/Great Hall

CLE Credits: This seminar may qualify for 7 hours MCLE, including .5 hour ethics

Tuition: $199 - Standard/$149 - ASU Law Alumni/ $99 - Non-Attorney (Paralegal)/$69 - General Public

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