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*Legal Assistance Law; Judge Advocate General’s School; Charlottesville, VA/ 40 hours: 1/85.

*Consumer Law; Federal Trade Commission, Atlanta, GA/ 8.0 hours: 04/86.

*Trial Techniques; National College of D.A.’s Camp Lejeune, NC/16 hours: 05/86.

*Criminal/Prosecutor’s Law; Northwestern University Chicago, IL/ 40 hours: 08/86.

*Entertainment Law, American Bar Association, New Orleans, Louisiana/ 8 hours: 1/87.

*Basics of Law Practice; Massachusetts Bar Association, Boston, MA/ 3.0 hours: 4/9/87.

*Representing Entertainers & Athletes; American Bar Association; Boston, MA/ 7.0 hours: 4/11/87.

*Fundamentals of Residential Real Estate; Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Boston, MA/ 7.0 hours: 4/16/87.

*Procedures in the Massachusetts Court System; New England School of Law; Boston, MA/ 1.0 hour: 10/8/87.

*Procedures in the Massachusetts Court System; New England School of Law; Boston, MA/ 1.0 hour: 10/20/87.

*Enforcement of Judgments; Massachusetts Bar Association Boston, MA/ 2.5 hours: 10/28/87.

*Fundamentals of Title Examinations & Insurance; Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education; Boston, MA/ 7.0 hours: 11/6/87.

*Legal Aspects of the Entertainment Industry; Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education; Boston, MA/ 7.0 hours: 11/19/87.

*Care & Protection Hearings in Juvenile Proceedings; Massachusetts Bar Association; Boston, MA/ 2.0 hours: 12/15/87.

*Legal Opinion Writing in Commercial Real Estate Transactions; Massachusetts Bar Association; Boston, MA/ 3.0 hours: 1/14/88

*Motor Vehicle Torts: Evaluation & Settlement; Massachusetts Bar Association; Boston, MA/ 1.5 hours: 1/23/88.

*The Computer on your desk; Massachusetts Bar Association; Boston, MA/ 1.25 hours: 1/23/88.

*Current Issues in Condominium Practice; Massachusetts Bar Association; Boston, MA/ 1.5 hours: 1/23/88.

*Practical Trial Evidence; Massachusetts Bar Association; Boston, MA/ 2.5 hours: 2/2/88.

*District Court Practice; Massachusetts Bar Association; Boston, MA/ 2.0 hours: 2/9/88.

*Fundamentals of Family Law; MA Continuing Legal Education Boston, MA/ 7.0 hours: 4/15/88.

*Estate Planning for the General Practitioner; MA Bar Association, Danvers, MA/ 2.0 hours: 4/21/88.

*Practical Problems in Estate Planning; Federal Tax Institute; Boston, MA/ 7.0 hours: 4/23/88.

*Restraining Orders and Injunctions; MA Bar Association, Boston, MA/ 2.5 hours: 4/27/88.

*Fundamentals of Estate Administration and Taxation; Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education; Boston, MA/ 7.0 hours: 5/3/88.

*Recent Developments in Federal and MA Law: part one and two; MA Continuing Legal Education, Danvers, Massachusetts/ 4.2 hours: 6/3/88.

*Malpractice Prevention and Insurance Protection; MA Bar Association, Danvers, MA/ 2.0 hours: /3/88.

*The Lawyer’s Swiss Army Knife: The Computer on Your Desk; MA Bar Association, Danvers, Massachusetts/ 1.15 hours: 6/4/88.

*How to Steer Clear of the Board of Bar Overseers; MA Bar Association, Danvers, Massachusetts/ 1.15 hours: 6/4/88.

*Title Defects: Tax Takings and Boundary Disputes; MA Bar Association, Danvers, MA/ 1.5 hours: 6/4/88.

*Personal Injury Law and Practice; MA Association of Trial Attorneys, Chicopee, MA/ 7.0 hours: 9/6/88.

*District Court Criminal Practice; MA Bar Association, Boston, MA/ 4.0 hours: 9/15 & 22/88.

*Reserve Counterpart Training; Legal training with the United States Marine Corps, 29 Palms, CA/ 2 weeks: 10/16/88.

*New England Real Estate Conference. Laventhol & Horwath, Cambridge, MA/ hours 7.0: 11/9/88.

*Bar Advocate Training Program; Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education; Brockton, MA/ 14 hours: 5/7&14/88.

*Direct Mail Marketing; Salem State College, Salem, MA/ 5.0 hours: 1/28/89.

*Understanding the Stock Market; Salem State College extension, Salem, MA/ 6.0 hours: 2/15/89.

*The Nominee Trust; Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Boston, MA/ 2.0 hours: 5/10/89.

*Civil Motion Practice; Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Boston, MA/ 2.0 hours: 5/11/89.

*Rainmaking for Lawyers; Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Boston, MA/ 5.0 hours: 6/2/89.

*Evaluating Damages in Personal Injury Cases; Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Boston, MA/ 2.5 hours: 9/28/89.

*Fundamentals of Civil Litigation Preparation; Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Boston, MA/ 7.0 hours: 10/13/89.

*Defending Drug Cases: Beat the Seizure, Beat the Case, or Get Beat; Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Boston, MA/ 3.0 hours: 10/18/89.

*Personal Financial Planning for Young Lawyers; Massachusetts Bar Association, Boston, MA/ 2.0 hours: 10/24/89.

*Practical Evidence; Committee for Public Counsel Services, Lawrence, MA/ 2.0 hours: 10/26/89.

*Fundamentals of Civil Motion Practice; Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Boston, MA/ 7.0 hours: 10/27/89.

*Getting Those Confidential Records: How to Secure and Use DSS, Psychiatric and Other Records in Criminal, Family and Juvenile Cases; Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Boston, MA/ 3.0 hours: 11/8/89.

*Suppression and Discovery: Pre-Trial Motions in Criminal Cases; Massachusetts Bar Association, Boston, MA/ 2.0 hours: 11/9/89.

*Fundamentals of Civil Deposition Practice; Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Boston, MA/ 7.0 hours: 11/10/89.

*Defending Probation Revocations; Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Boston, MA/ 11/16/89.

*Health Care and Estate Planning For The Elderly; Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Boston, MA/ 7.0 hours: 11/17/89.

*A Walk Through A Jury Trial; Committee for Public Counsel Services, Lawrence, MA (1st half)/ 3.0 hours: 12/9/89.

*A Walk Through A Jury Trial; Committee for Public Counsel Services, Peabody, MA. (2nd Half)/ 3.0 hours: 1/6/90.

*Evaluating Personal Injury Cases; Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys, Boston, MA/ 5.5 hours: 1/12/90.

*Practical Skills Program; Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Boston, MA/ 21 hours: 1/25, 26 & 27/90.

*Health Care and Estate Plan for the Elderly & Planning for Long Term Care; MA Bar Association, Boston, MA/ 6.0 hours: 1/28/90.

*Representing Homeless and Low Income Veterans; Massachusetts Bar Association, Boston, MA/ 6.0 hours: 3/16/90.

*Fundamentals of Estate Planning; Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Boston, MA/ 6.0 hours: 5/3/90.

*Reserve Counterpart Training; Legal training with the United States Marine Corps, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina/ Two weeks: 3/1/92.

*Appealing Child Custody & Mental Health Cases; Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Boston, MA/ 8 hours: 9/15/93.

*Mental Health Proceedings; Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Boston, MA/ 8 hours: 10/93.

*Children, Families & State; Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Boston, MA/ 3 days: 11/93.

*Jury Skills; Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Boston, MA/ 8 hours: 12/5/93.

*Reserve Counterpart Training; Legal training with the United States Marine Corps, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina/ Two weeks: 8/94.

*Clinical Aspects of Mental Illness & Treatment; Committee for Public Counsel Services, Worcester, MA/ 8 hours: 11/18/94.

*Appealing Child Custody & Mental Health Cases; Reserve Counterpart Training; Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Boston, MA/ 8 hours: 12/20/94.

*Appeals & Post Conviction Advocacy; Committee for Public Counsel Services, Worcester, MA/ 8 hours: 1/21/95.

*Introducing Evidence; Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Boston, MA/ 8 hours: 3/16/95.

*General Training; Committee for Public Counsel Services/ 3 hours: 5/95.

*Representation in State Intervention Matters; Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Boston, MA/ 3 hours: 2/16/96.

*Appealing Child Custody Cases; Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Boston, MA/ 5 hours: 2/26/96.

*Evidentiary Issues in State Intervention Cases; Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Boston, MA/ 7 hours: 4/29/96.

*Crash Course in Psychology for the Family Lawyer; Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Boston, MA/ 6 hours: 11/8/96.

*A View From the Bench; Committee for Public Counsel Services/ 2 hours: 11/12/96.

*Anti-psychotic Treatment: Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education/ 3 hours: 12/9/96.

*Basic Evidence; Committee for Public Counsel Services, Andover, MA/ 2 hours: 5/15/97.

*Reserve Counterpart Training; Legal training with the United States Marine Corps, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina/ Two weeks: 8/97.

*Estate Taxes: Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education/ 8 hours: 10/7/97.

*Representing Indigent Plaintiffs in Federal Court; Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Boston, MA/ 8 hours: 6/22/98.

*Preparing for Trial; Essex County Bar Advocates, Danvers, MA/ 2 hours: 6/25/98.

*Juvenile Court Rules & Care and Protection Probation Standards; Committee for Public Counsel Services, Danvers, MA/ 2 hours: 2/2/99.

*Juvenile Court Clinic & c. 119, ?22b Evaluations; Committee for Public Counsel Services, Danvers, MA/ 2 hours: 3/9/99.

*Basic Cross Examination Skills; Committee for Public Counsel Services, Danvers, MA/ 2 hours: 3/9/99.

*Special Education Advocacy; Committee for Public Counsel Services, Danvers, MA/ 2 hours: 4/27/99.

*Children on Trial; Advanced Legal Studies, Suffolk Law School, Boston, MA/ 8.5 hours: 5/21/99.

*New Massachusetts Adoption Legislation; Committee for Public Counsel Services, Boston, MA/ 8 hours: 9/30/99.

*Single Justice Appeals: Children & Family Law Training Program, Danvers, MA/ 2 hours: 4/12/00.

*Estate planning: Eastern Savings Bank, Peabody, MA/ 2 hours: 11/8/00.

*Medical Treatment Decisions for Children in DSS Custody, Children & Family Law Training Program, Boston, MA/ 4 hours: February 8, 2001.

*Evidentiary Privileges & Confidentiality, Committee for Public Counsel Services, Boston, MA/ 2 hours, March 13, 2001.

*Psychological Testing, Committee for Public Counsel Services, Boston, MA/ 2 hours, May 22, 2001.

*Financial Planning for College, Eastern Bank, Lynnfield, MA/ 2 hours: May 29, 2001.

*Collaborate or Collide, Working with Other Professionals to Effectively Represent Persons with Mental Illness, Mental Health Legal Advisors Committee, Boston, MA/ 6.5 hours, June 8, 2001.

*Bankruptcy Law Basics: Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Boston, MA/ 14 hours, December 3,4, 2001.

*Outlook for the Economy in 2002, Eastern Bank, Peabody, MA/ 2 hours, May 23, 2002.

*Schizophrenia and Bipolar Disorder, Mental Health Legal Advisors Committee, Boston, MA/ 8.0 hours, May 31, 2002.

*Representing Parents with Mental Illness in Family Law Cases, Mental Health Legal Advisors Committee, Boston, MA/ 8.0 hours, January 31, 2003.

*Advanced Writing Skills for CAFL Appellate Attorneys, Committee for Public Counsel Services, Boston, MA/ 8.0 hours, June 10, 2003.

*Representing the Mental Health Client with a Complexity of Issues, Mental Health Legal Advisors Committee, Boston, MA/ 8.0 hours, June 4, 2004.

*Mentoring Program Training, Committee for Public Counsel Services, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA/ 8.0 hours, June 1, 2005.

*Maximizing Legal Advocacy, Mental Health Legal Advisors Committee, Boston, MA/ 8.0 hours, June 3, 2005.

*Mediation Training, Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Boston, MA/ 40 hours, January 9 through January 12, 2006.

*Mastering Mental Health Issues, Mental Health Legal Advisors Committee, Boston, MA/ 8.0 hours, June 2, 2006.

*Solution Oriented Representation of Children and Adolescents with Mental Illness, MHLAC, Boston, MA/ 8.0 hours, June 1, 2007.

*Top Notch Representation of Children and Parents with Mental Illness, MHLAC, Boston, MA/ 8.0 hours, June 6, 2008.

*Cutting Edge Representation of Persons with Mental Illness, MHLAC, Boston, MA/ 8.0 hours, May 29, 2009.

*Navigating the Legal and Clinical Choices of Elders with Mental Health Issues, MHLAC, Boston, MA/ 8.0 hours, February 27, 2015.

*Third Annual Legal Services Conference, MCLE, Boston, MA/ 6.0 hours, May 11, 2014.

 

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