Calling all lawyers . . . the wait is over!
Registration for the 2018 Wildlife Law Continuing Legal Education course for lawyers is now open.
This year’s course will include some great new topics, including presentations on new technology and the fair chase ethic, hunting and firearms use in countries of the European Union and an updated look at the competing concerns of state and federal management of wildlife.
And SCI is bringing back some old favorites, including the annual review of recent wildlife and hunting law cases, Wildlife Law Jeopardy, and an hour of ethics instruction featuring an original skit performed by the “Not Ready for Anything Wildlife Law CLE Players.”
Current Issues in Domestic and International Wildlife and Hunting Law – 2018 will be held on Friday, Feb, 2, from 1 – 5:15 p.m. at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.
This is a four-hour CLE course, including one hour of ethics instruction. The fee of $315 includes the cost of the course and materials, a refreshment break, and same-day, half-day attendance at the SCI Annual Hunters’ Convention. (Note: Registration for the SCI Convention does not include payment for attendance at the Wildlife Law CLE Course. Registration for the course must be arranged separately.)
Membership in SCI is not a requirement for attendance.
“If you are or know an attorney who would like to fulfill his or her CLE requirements by learning about the latest issues in hunting, conservation, firearms and importation law, this is the place to get it all,” reported SCI Director of Government Affairs and Director of Litigation Anna M. Seidman.
Registration is being handled by the State Bar of Nevada. To register, please use the link below.
Anyone with questions about the course may contact Anna Seidman, SCI Director of Government Affairs and Director of Litigation, at email@example.com.