NYSBA Family Law Section to Hold Sessions in Matrimonial Law

 

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Gordon Burrows serves as the principal attorney for the Law Offices of Gordon A. Burrows, where he handles cases involving matrimonial and family law and draws on more than three decades of experience. He also holds membership with the New York State Bar Association (NYSBA), which offers a variety of educational programming. Upcoming events in the Family Law section include the Critical Areas in Matrimonial Law II series.

The second event in the Critical Areas in Matrimonial Law series, the program will focus on drafting motions and will deliver a comprehensive review of the process in matrimonial practice. From venue challenges and jurisdiction to motion enforcement and policies, the program explores motion practices at every stage of a case and examines the ethical considerations in various situations. A judge will attend each session to offer the court’s perspective, and attendees will engage in sample motions to simulate real-life scenarios.

Established and novice attorneys in the area of matrimonial law may attend, and the event is worth seven mandatory continuing educational (MCLE) credits. Available MCLE credits are divided into three types: one professional practice credit, one ethical credit, and five skill credits. Both NYSBA members and nonmembers can attend, although NYSBA members will receive a discount on registration.

The NYSBA will hold multiple sessions for the Critical Areas in Matrimonial Law II in different cities in April and May. For upcoming dates and locations, visit nysba.org/CriticalAreasMatLawIICLE.

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