|Luncheon Speaker:||Professor Glenn Harlan Reynolds, Beauchamp Brogan Distinguished Professor of Law. The University of Tennessee College of Law|
Professor Joyce Lee Malcolm, George Mason University School of Law
Stephen Halbrook, Esq., Ph.D.
Robert E. Sanders, Esq., NRA Board Member
Dwight Van Horn, Independent Firearms Examiner, NRA Board Member
Massad Ayoob, Massad Ayoob Group, Expert Instructor and Author
Derek DeBrosse, Esq.
William J. Ryan, Office of Chief Counsel, BATFE
Cord Byrd, Esq.
Sarah Gervase, NRA Assistant General Counsel
The 18th Annual Firearms Law Seminar will be held on Friday, April 10, 2015. The gold standard in firearms law classes, this day-long seminar provides instruction for practicing attorneys who represent firearms owners, licensed dealers, and gunsmiths, attorneys wishing to expand their practice to such clients, and others having an interest in Second Amendment law.
The 2015 Seminar will include discussions about current litigation across the country, how to bring civil rights lawsuits, self-defense laws, representing FFLs during ATF audits, the restoration of rights, veterans' concerns, firearm forensics in the courtroom, NFA trust laws, lessons from gun control efforts abroad, and recent lawsuits against FFLs. An expert witness in weapons and shooting cases for more than 35 years, Massad Ayoob will share his insights on mistakes made by both shooters and defense counsel in self-defense cases. The special luncheon speaker will be Glenn Reynolds, Professor at the University of Tennessee College of Law and blogger at Instapundit.com.
Registration for attorneys is $295.00. The fee for non-attorneys is $175.00. The fee for active duty military and police officers is $75. Tuition includes the full-day course, a set of study materials, continental breakfast, luncheon, and post-course reception. Pricing is available for half-day attendance and luncheon-only attendance. CLE credits are available.
For more information and to register, please visit the Seminar website at www.nrafoundation.org/lawseminar or call 1-877-NRF-LAWS.