PLF's Mark Miller to speak in Fort Pierce on Thursday
This Thursday at noon, Mark Miller (that’s me) of PLF’s Atlantic Center will present a Continuing Legal Education (CLE) seminar on Successful Oral Arguments in the Appellate Courts: Lessons Learned in the Supreme Court of the United States and the Courts of Appeal. The presentation, hosted by the Friends of the Rupert J. Smith Law Library Association, is open to the public. If you are near the Fort Pierce/St. Lucie County Courthouse that day, then please join us. If seeing me speak doesn’t entice you, then come for the free lunch and CLE credits (two of them!).
If you are not in the area Thursday, then check out my recent radio interviews with Paul Molloy in Tampa here and Andy Caldwell here. In both interviews, we discussed President-Elect Trump’s potential Supreme Court nominees and how they could impact our constitutional rights, particularly our right to own property.
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