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    Power Point Presentation created by the Attorney-Client Relations Committee addressing questions and circumstances that arise regarding Attorney Client Privilege for in-house Counsel.

    Power Point Presentation created by the Attorney-Client Relations Committee addressing questions and circumstances that arise regarding Attorney Client Privilege for in-house Counsel.

  • Contains 9 Component(s)

    In collaboration with the National Association of Women Judges, the ACTL encourages Fellows to offer this program to civic groups in their area.

    This product is only available to Fellows of the ACTL. Members of the public who are interested in the program could contact a local Fellow for more information.

    The Committee has prepared a short Presentation Syllabus that Fellows may share in advance with an organization interested in hosting your presentation to assist in detailing the content of the program. A potential host organization may want to preview the slide deck in advance. That is fine provided you confirm with them that it is intended to be shown only during the presentation or released as recorded video to a wider audience. One option for previewing the presentation with a potential host is to screen share the slides during a Zoom call; if you must send the slides, send a PDF copy without the notes.
  • Contains 11 Component(s)

    General Session speakers from the 2022 Spring Meeting in Coronado. Only registered Fellows may view the speakers from this meeting. Click View to access the content if you were registered, or if you are a Fellow and would like to purchase access to the speaker videos.

    The General Session speakers from the 2022 Spring Meeting in Coronado include: Civil Rights activist and author Ruby Bridges, a special 9-11 presentation on every day heroism, a panel on Violence Against Judges and more.
    Fellows who were registered for the 2022 Spring Meeting (either in person or virtually): log in using your regular actl.com credentials to view now. If you are a Fellow and would like to purchase access to the speaker videos, click the green "View" button on the top right of this page. Judicial and public service Fellows will see their unique pricing in the shopping cart after logging in.
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    White Paper from the Advocacy in the 21st Century Committee on remote proceeding advocacy.

    This paper provides tips for advocates contemplating using technology in various pre-trial and trial contexts to make it most effective and persuasive. Updated in 2022.

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    White Paper from the Advocacy in the 21st Century Committee on Virtual Proceedings in the Civil Justice System.

    Discussion of the role, if any, that remote video technology might play in the administration of justice in civil justice (non-criminal) proceedings in the United States and Canada, including civil jury and non-jury trials, civil pretrial proceedings, small claims court proceedings and oral arguments on appeal of civil matters. In addressing that role, the paper considers issues such as the current state of public health; the court facilities; the equipment and training of judges and court staff; the complexity, costs and importance of the proceedings to the litigation; and the question of whether pro se litigants will be involved.

  • Contains 1 Component(s)

    ACTL Denounces Comments About Judge

    ACTL Denounces Comments About Judge

  • Contains 1 Component(s)

    Arizona Fellows Issue Statement Opposing Attacks on Judges

  • Contains 1 Component(s)

    Statement from Wisconsin Fellows in support of an independent judiciary.

    Statement from Wisconsin Fellows in support of an independent judiciary.

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    Stuart D. Shanor served as the College's President in the 2001-2002 term. He was interviewed by another Past President, Andrew M. Coats, in March 2007.

    Stuart D. Shanor served as the College's President in the 2001-2002 term. He was interviewed by another Past President, Andrew M. Coats, in March 2007.

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    Joan A. Lukey served as the College's President in the 2009-2010 term. At the 2012 Annual Meeting at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York City, she was interviewed by Former Regent and then-Chair of the Heritage Committee, James F. Stapleton.

    Joan A. Lukey served as the College's President in the 2009-2010 term. At the 2012 Annual Meeting at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York City, she was interviewed by Former Regent and then-Chair of the Heritage Committee, James F. Stapleton.