The Gonzaga University School of Law will present a two-day Continuing Legal Education seminar focusing on consumer protection on Friday and Saturday, June 2-3, in the Barbieri Courtroom at the Law School located at 721 N. Cincinnati St.
The seminar is designed for attorneys who practice consumer rights, general practice attorneys, attorneys who are considering dealing with consumer rights, and members of the public who deal with or have an interest in consumer issues.
The cost to register for the program is $250 to attend both days or $150 to attend one day of the two-day seminar. The registration fee includes a continental breakfast, luncheon and materials prepared specifically for this program. Registration after May 26 will include an additional $50 registration fee. The applicable registration fee is payable in advance. No refund will be made for oral cancellations.
A full refund will be made only for written cancellations postmarked on or before Friday, May 26. Legal Services attorneys may qualify for a full scholarship to this program and membership in the National Association of Consumer Advocates. Contact Ira Rheingold, NACA, 1730 Rhode Island, NW, Suite 710, WA, DC, 20036 or via e-mail, firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
The program begins at 8 a.m. and is over by 4:30 p.m. each day. Among the speakers for the program are Peter Barry, a partner in the Minneapolis law firm of Barry & Slade; Spokane attorney Mike Kinkley; Spokane attorney Michelle Wolkey; Jack Zurlini, Spokane, assistant attorney general for the state of Washington; finance expert Tom Tarter of Sherman Oaks, Calif.; Robert L. Parlette, a Wenatchee attorney with the law firm of Davis, Arneil; Seattle attorneys Chris Green, Peter Maier and Melissa Huelsman; Harrisonburg, Va., attorney Tom Domonoske; Julia Kellison and Diane Singleton, attorneys with the Northwest Justice Project in Seattle; Tonya Hanson of Hanson Law Offices, Spokane; Breean Beggs, Center for Justice, Spokane; and GU Law School Associate Professor Al McNeil.
Gonzaga organizers have requested that the program be approved for a total of 14 hours of continuing legal education credit for Idaho and Washington attorneys (7 hours per day). Continuing professional education credit for other professionals may be available upon individual certificate. All participants will receive a certificate of completion within a
week after the program.
For more information, contact Julie Wasson at the GU Law School at (509) 323-3704, via fax at (509) 323-5842, or via e-mail at email@example.com.