“How to Avoid Zoom Fatigue in Hearings & Trials”, Animal Law Section, State Bar of Michigan Speakers Series: Coping during COVID

March 4, 2021 3:00 PM to March 4, 2021 4:00 PM
ET – Eastern Time


Animal lawyers, law students or any attorney coping with presenting a case or making an oral argument virtually: this presentation is for you.

Join Judge Amy Ronayne Krause, Michigan Court of Appeals and 54-A District Court Judge Kristen Simmons, 54-A District Court for a perspective from the bench.

The presentation will be via Zoom; it is free but registration is required.  Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAocuCgqz0tGNUv297kd6gp_kb-bOV3wNAD

 

Organized by: Animal Law Section, State Bar of Michigan
Contact Name: Bee Friedlander
Contact Email: beefriedlander@yahoo.com

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