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7th Annual

BillofRights: Litigating the Constitution Course

LIVE and WEBCAST Austin May 31, 2013 Texas Law Center (512) 427-1574

ATTEND IN PERSON: • Choose to receive the materials on a course book or USB drive. • Bring your laptop! Convenient electrical power strips provided in the meeting room.

COURSE HIGHLIGHTS:

• The Texas Law Center is conveniently located within blocks of the Texas State Capitol and the University of Texas campus.

The Future of Affirmative Action in Light of Fisher v. UT

OR

Texas Open Meetings Act Guantanamo Bay Update Defense of Marriage Acts

ATTEND VIA LIVE WEBCAST: • Watch the course from the convenience of your own office.

Developments in Interpreting the Second Amendment

Course materials available on a USB drive

MCLE CREDIT | 6.75 HOURS (1 ETHICS)


TexasBarCLE presents the 7th Annual

BillofRights:

Litigating the Constitution Course Cosponsored by the Individual Rights and Responsibilities Section of the State Bar of Texas

Friday

6.75 hours including 1 hour ethics

7:30

8:15

live and WEBCAST Austin

May 31, 2013 Texas Law Center 1414 Colorado Street Austin, TX 78701 (512) 427-1574 Register for the LIVE course by May 17, 2013 and save $50!* Individual Rights and Responsibilities Section members can save up to $75!*

Also, check out our Bill of Rights Facebook Page!

MCLE CREDIT

6.75 HOURS (1 ETHICS) MCLE COURSE NO: 901259086

Applies to the College of the State Bar of Texas and to the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in Civil Appellate Law, Civil Trial Law, Criminal Appellate Law, and Criminal Law.

Welcoming Remarks Course Director Chad Baruch, Dallas The Law Office of Chad Baruch Announcements Robert A. Black, Beaumont Former State Bar President Mehaffy Weber

Establishment Clause Issues: Recent Developments .75 hr Moderator Eliot Shavin, Dallas SMU Dedman School of Law

Allyson Ho, Houston Morgan Lewis & Bockius

Craig Stanfield, Houston Morgan Lewis & Bockius

9:15

The Future of the Voting Rights Act .5 hr Craig L. Jackson, Houston Professor of Law Texas Southern University Thurgood Marshall School of Law

9:45

Break

8:30

* Discounts apply only for attendance at the Law Center, not for the webcast

Tweet about this course! Include #TBCLEBoR in your tweets.

Registration Coffee and Pastries Provided

12:15 Luncheon Presentation: The Anti-SLAPP Statute .5 hr Steven C. James, El Paso Attorney at Law 12:45 Break 1:00

Defense of Marriage Act .5 hr • Gay marriage • States’ rights • Equal protection Phyllis Randolph Frye, Houston Frye Steidley Oaks and Benavidez

11:15 Second Amendment Developments .5 hr • 5th Circuit / firearms issues • Appellate court issues • Supreme court decisions Richard Rosen, Lubbock Texas Tech University School of Law 11:45 Patrick Wiseman Award Presentation Honoring Greg Gladden

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Constitutional Issues in General Litigation: What You Need to Know .75 hr (.25 ethics) William Robert Peterson, Houston Beck Redden

1:45

4th Amendment Update .5 hr • Sniffer Dogs • Current cases • Maryland v. King Greg Gladden, Houston Law Office of Greg Gladden

2:15

The Texas Open Meetings Act .75 hr James Ho, Dallas Gibson Dunn & Crutcher

William M. McKamie, San Antonio McKamie Krueger

3:00

Break

3:15

The Right to Counsel in Civil Cases: An Update .75 hr (.25 ethics) Moderator Caren Locke, Irving TIAA-CREF

10:00 The Future of Affirmative Action in Light of Fisher v. UT .75 hr Allan Van Fleet, Houston McDermott Will & Emery LLP 10:45

12:00 Break - Lunch Provided

Chad Baruch, Dallas The Law Office of Chad Baruch

Daniel Geyser, Dallas Gibson Dunn & Crutcher

Eliot Shavin, Dallas SMU Dedman School of Law

4:00

Guantanamo Bay Update .5 hr ethics Colby Vokey, Dallas Fitzpatrick Hagood Smith & Uhl

4:30

Adjourn


fyi

TexasBarCLE.com

Meet the “Register By” Deadline and Save $50 because early registrations help us ensure that sufficient course books, seating, and refreshments are available. Course materials and seating will be reserved for preregistrants until the start of the first topic. IRRS Section Members Can Save $75 by registering by May 17 (thereafter, save $25). Not a member? To join, e-mail sections@texasbar.com or phone 800-204-2222, x1425. Please do not send Section membership payment with your registration fee. Earn Discounts by Registering Five or More from your firm or agency. Contact Firm & Group Sales Manager Laura Angle of TexasBarSolutions at 512-250-5575 or laura.angle@texasbar.com.

Parking Information for Attendees is subject to change without notice and is not a guarantee of available space. Self-parking is available in the following parking garages: Wells Fargo Bank Building (16th & Guadalupe): $10/day; Capitol Visitors Parking Garage (San Jacinto Street, between 12th and 13th Streets): $6/day If You Need Special Accommodations to Attend, please contact us as soon as possible at 800-204-2222, x1748.

Reserve Your Hotel Room Early We suggest staying at the Hampton Inn & Suites at the University/Capitol 1701 Lavaca Street 800-222-8733 (no room block)

Hampton Inn

Active State and Texas-Area Federal Judges and Their Court Staff Attorneys May Attend for Free, Provided: (1) the course directly relates to the judge’s tribunal’s jurisdiction, (2) the judge is a full-time judge or retired under the Texas Judicial Retirement System and (3) space is available for all paying registrants. This privilege does not extend to receivers, trustees, other court staff, or persons serving part-time in a judicial capacity. Actual attendance is required in order to receive course materials.

AUSTIN Live Texas Law Center 1414 Colorado Austin, TX 78701 (800) 204-2222 Seminar registration: (512) 427-1574

Texas Law Center

Ways to Save on This Course!

State Bar of Texas has a preferred rate at the Hampton Inn & Suites at University/Capital. Reservations can be made by calling 800-2228733 and mentioning the corporate ID number 560034650. This rate is based on availability. The preferred rate is $169/night.

Course Director

Registered But Can’t Attend? Still Earn MCLE Credit and receive course materials by taking the course online later, in which case you’ll automatically be sent the course materials; see “FREE TO OUR REGISTRANTS!,” below. If you wish a refund instead, mail or fax (512-427-4443) your request so that we receive it at least one business day before the program. FREE TO OUR REGISTRANTS! Online Videos and MP3s of the Topics, as Well as PDFs of Course Materials, will be available to registrants 6-8 weeks after the course. Provide your e-mail address when preregistering to be notified when and how these benefits may be accessed. (Note: Presentation lengths may vary from that which was advertised.) There’s no extra charge; as a registrant, you’re already entitled! Interested in Sponsoring or Exhibiting at This Course or Others? Contact Julie Marshall at 512-427-1797 or julie.marshall@texasbar.com. Tweet About This Course! Include hashtag #TBCLEBoR

Chad Baruch....................................................................Dallas

Planning Committee Ralph H. Brock.............................................................Lubbock Philip Durst..................................................................... Austin Allyson N. Ho.............................................................. Houston Michael F. Linz................................................................ Dallas Caren Locke................................................................Lubbock Carolyn F. Moore........................................................ Lubbock William R. Peterson..................................................... Houston Craig Stanfield.............................................................Houston

Individual Rights & Responsibilities Section of the State Bar of Texas Chad Baruch................................................................... Chair Eliot D. Shavin........................................................ Chair-Elect Craig Stanfield............................................ Secretary-Treasurer Allyson N. Ho.......................................... Immediate Past-Chair

TexasBarCLE Planning Team

Policy of Impartiality The State Bar of Texas does not endorse political candidates. When a candidate for public office is included in promotion for or participates in a TexasBarCLE event, the State Bar is not taking a position for or against anyone’s candidacy.

Kathy Reese.....................................................Program Planner Kim Maka................................................ Program Coordinator Heather Armstrong.....................Written Materials Coordinator Mary Galarza...............................Meeting Services Coordinator

State Bar of Texas

Register Online now for: Webcast

LIVE Event

Phone Seminar 3

Buck Files...................................................................President Frank E. Stevenson II.................................... Chair of the Board Lisa M. Tatum.................................................... President-Elect Bob Black.......................................... Immediate Past President C.E. Rhodes.......................................................TYLA President Deborah Bullion......................................Chair, CLE Committee Sylvia Cardona..............................Chair, Board PDP Committee Michelle E. Hunter.........................................Executive Director Patrick A. Nester...................................... Director, TexasBarCLE


Registration for the Live Webcast How to Register for the Webcast

Claiming MCLE Credit

Webcast registration is only online and by using a credit card. Go to TexasBarCLE.com and click on Webcasts. Then under the listing for Bill of Rights: Litigating the Constitution, click Register for Webcast. Mail, fax, or phone registrations will not be accepted.

For the webcast, the MCLE number will be provided to you online at the conclusion of your viewing, along with instructions on how to claim your MCLE credit while still online.

Replaying the Webcast on Your Computer About a week after the webcast, webcast registrants will have 9-12 months to finish viewing or reviewing the program online.

Webcast Registration Fee and Course Material The fee is $195 per webcast registrant. Course materials are included as PDFs for viewing, downloading, or printing during and after the webcast. A hardcopy version may be purchased separately using this brochure’s registration form.

Registration to attend at the Texas Law Center Online

TexasBarCLE.com credit card only

Register Online

Phone

800-204-2222, x1574 during business hours credit card only

Register by May 4, 2013 Register by May 17, 2013 and save up to and save up to Bill of Rights Course

Mail

512-427-4443 credit card only

State Bar of Texas - CLE LB #972298 P. O. Box 972298 Dallas, TX 75397-2298 check or credit card

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q Austin, LIVE, May 31 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $275 Take $50 OFF: Register by May 17, 2013 Take advantage of these benefits: • Choice of receiving course materials in a book or on a handy USB drive • Choose the webcast option to watch the course from the comfort and privacy of your own office. (Registration for the webcast is only available at TexasBarCLE.com.)

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I want my course materials format to be: q Electronic materials (PDFs on a USB drive) q Hardcopy material (course book) q BOTH so I’ll add $25

I’m entitled to 1 or 2 discounts on the course: q $50 OFF because I’m registering by the “Register by” date at the left. (If by mail, date of postmark will be determinative.) q IRR Section of the State Bar of Texas q State Bar College q Legal Administrators or Paralegal Division OR q

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I can’t attend. Just send course materials.* FREE Shipping & Handling

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My total is $__________. I am paying by:

I am licensed 2 years or less.

For information on audio CDs of course topics, contact our DVD CLE service at 800-204-2222, x1575. MP3 files of course topics will be downloadable from TexasBarCLE.com 6-8 weeks after the course.

q Check (enclosed) payable to the State Bar of Texas for $__________ q Visa q MasterCard q AMEX q Discover PLEASE PRINT LEGIBLY Account No.______________________________ Exp. Date________ Name on card (Please print) _________________________________________________________ Signature ________________________________________________________________________ State Bar Membership No. ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ Registrant Name__________________________________________________________________ Firm Name/Court _________________________________________ Address for Bar-Related Mail ________________________________________________________ City/State_____________________________________ Zip________________________________ Phone (

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Email Laura Angle at laura.angle@texasbar.com for group discount information.

$25 OFF because (choose 1 box only) I’m a member of the

I may attend complimentary because I am: q a qualifying judge or q court staff attorney (see p. 3).

q Book q USB drive. . . . . . . . . . . . . . $45 each†

Registering five or more?

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E-Mail: __________________________________________________________________________ A confirmation of your registration will be sent to the e-mail address you provide.

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*PDFs of course materials will be available for purchase 6-8 weeks after the course in the Online Library at TexasBarCLE.com. Registrants receive access to the PDFs at no additional charge (see “Free to Our Registrants” on p.3). †Plus 8.25% sales tax on total. Please include sales tax or attach an exemption certificate. Book and USB orders are shipped separately and filled 4-6 weeks after the live program. A bill will be sent unless a credit card charge is authorized on this form.

QUESTIONS? 800-204-2222, x1574 • 512-427-1574

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