NALS of Michigan to hold annual conference April 23-24

NALS of Michigan will hold its 54th Annual Meeting and Education Conference, April 23-24, at the Holiday Inn of Midland.

Continuing legal education includes a Criminal Law session, "Domestic Violence 101: The Complex Dynamics of a Common Issue," a panel discussion with the Hon. Michael D. Carpenter, 75th District Judge of Midland County; J. D. Brooks, Esq., Prosecutor, Midland County; Daniel Duke, Esq., Criminal Defense, Juvenile and Family Law; Midland County Sheriff Scott Stephenson; and Janine Ouderkirk, LMSW, Executive Director at Shelterhouse.

The Litigation/Personal Injury Law features "Traumatic Brain Injuries Unexpected Injuries: Resources Available to Deal with These Issues," with Jeffrey S. Leighton, Adjunct Instructor/Faculty Professor, Rochester College & Southern New Hampshire University; pediatric psychologist Todd Nadeau, M.A.; and occupational therapist Christine Myran, Vice President of Programs at the Eisenhower Center.

Environmental Law will feature "Alternative Energy Solutions," with speaker Kim Walton, program director of Michigan Alternative & Renewable Center (MAREC) at Grand Valley State University.

A full registration is $125 for members, $135 for non-members, and $115 for students, includes all seminars, lunches, and Saturday night dinner.

Partial registration is also available.

The deadline for Early Bird registration is March 31.

For more information or to register email tlarson@plunkettcooney.com or visit www.nalsofmichigan.org.

Published: Thu, Mar 12, 2015

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