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Halloween CLE VI: Mummies, Ghosts and Courthouses! Oh, My!

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Date Published

October 28, 2020

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Mecklenburg County Bar

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General, Miscellaneous

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Summary

The Curse of the Mummy Client. When a mummy rolls up to your law firm, you better know how to unravel his problems…. or else! In this CLE, we will unwrap the legal needs of ritualistically embalmed ancients. Neil D. Jonas, Brock & Scott

May it Please the Ghost: Haunted Courthouses in the South and across the United States. A history of haunted courthouses in New Orleans and all over the South, and the historic cases that caused ghosts to appear in their halls. Raffi Melkonian

Law and Television – When Science Fiction Gets it Right. When people think about lawyers and television, they usually think about Law and Order, but Star Trek, the classic science-fiction franchise, has long had some of the best representations of the law on TV. We will look at four examples and use them as a lens to discuss various legal issues, including trial strategy, how to deal with conflicting testimony, expert witnesses and effective cross-examination, and trial strategy.

  • The Original Series – Court Martial
  • The Next Generation – A Matter of Perspective
  • Deep Space Nine – Rules of Engagement
  • Voyager – Death Wish
    Ryan Arnold, Rosenwood, Rose & Litwak, PLLC

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    Presenters

    Neil D. Jonas

    Neil D. Jonas: Senior Associate Attorney in the Bankruptcy Department at Brock & Scott. His practice consists primarily... Read More

    Raffi Melkonian

    Raffi Melkonian: Raffi has broad experience in both trial and appellate matters nationwide. He has briefed and argued dozens... Read More

    Ryan Arnold

    Ryan Arnold: Prior to joining Rosenwood Rose, Ryan worked as an associate in a midsize litigation firm, where his practice... Read More

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