Representing Your First Workers Compensation ClientMonday, April 4, 2005
I will be presenting a Continuing Legal Education Seminar entitled “Representing Your First Workers Compensation Client” on Saturday, April 16, 2005 at my Alma Mater, St. John’s University School of Law. This is part of the Law School’s “Bridge the Gap Weekend” for newly admitted attorneys or experienced lawyers looking for a new practice area.
I promise not to lecture! This is a practical program where attorneys will argue several hypothetical cases and learn about: the initial client interview, accidents vs. occupational diseases, preparing for a hearing at the New York State Workers Compensation Board, appeals and workers compensation settlements. Attorneys can earn 16 transitional CLE credits by attending the entire weekend, which will include programs by my good friends and colleagues Joseph Ferri, Esq., Alan Hodish, Esq., Peter Bongiorno, Esq, Donald Hazelton, Esq and Stephen McGiff, Esq. For more info, call the St. John’s CLE Office at (718) 990-6006. Hope to see you there!