Continuing Legal Education

The importance of continuing legal education to the criminal lawyer cannot be overstated. Criminal laws are regularly updated and modified, and court cases modifying or refining our understanding of those laws are released every day.

Knowing what the law is a necessary precondition to obtaining the best possible outcome in a criminal matter. Additionally, leading practitioners present CLE courses on new approaches and techniques which are designed to help the attorney reach better outcomes for his client.

When evaluating a criminal defense lawyer, consider not just the education he may have had 20 years ago; consider what type of education he's had since then to help you win your particular case. Listed below are the attendance records for the courses I have attended and taught for the last two years.

CLE 2013

Date

Course Title

Credit Hours

02/06/2013

Capital Case Litigators Initiative

20.25

CLE 2012

Date

Course Title

Credit Hours

10/06/2012

Capital Case Litigators Initiative

16.00

09/21/2012

Gideon's Trumpet – Georgetown

7.00

CLE 2011

Date

Course Title

Credit Hours

12/8/2011

Federal Criminal Practice Update

3.50

5/20/2011

ACDLA Friday Seminar – Traffic Stops

1.25

03/31/2011

Capital Trial Advocacy For The Defense

21.50

03/08/2011

Promoting Access to Justice Through The Texas Bar

.50