Professor to Give Keynote Address at Criminal Law Advocacy Course

Law Professor David Velloney will be the keynote speaker at the 32nd Criminal Law Advocacy Course at the Judge Advocate General's Legal Center and School in Charlottesville, Virginia, on September 25, 2009.

The Criminal Law Advocacy Course provides advanced individualized training to lawyers from all branches of the military. Throughout the course criminal prosecutors and defense attorneys participate in rigorous small-group practical exercises on essential litigation skills from opening statement through closing argument.

Professor Velloney’s keynote address, entitled “The Top 10 Ways Case Preparation Improves Your Advocacy,” will culminate the two-week course and provide junior attorneys with insights from an experienced litigator, law professor, and former Army JAG.

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