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**Thursday, February 28, 2019**

"Learn the ABCs of Courtroom Technology & Etiquette'"

Edward Butler, USDC Legal Officer

12 noon - 1:15 p.m.

Alfred A. Arraj Federal Courthouse
901 19th Street, Denver
Jury Assembly Room

Since all the U.S. District Court's judicial officers require proficiency with courtroom technology equipment and protocol, here is your chance to get a hands-on familiarization with the equipment and procedure for courtroom presentation of evidence. This is also an opportunity to learn from a court staff member's perspective about courtroom etiquette, procedural practice tips, often misunderstood or ignored local rules, and the secret three-word mantra that all must know.

2 general CLE credits requested

Click HERE to register for the February 28, 2019 program.

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Reception Honoring Chief Judge Marcia S. Krieger,
who is transitioning to senior judge status.

Thursday, March 7, 2019
5-7 p.m.
Byron White Federal Courthouse, 1823 Stout Street, Second Floor

Drinks and hors d'ouevres will be served. There is no charge to attend this reception but we do ask that everyone make a reservation by clicking HERE.

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**Friday March 8, 2019**

"Becoming a Magistrate Judge, and What NOT to do in my Courtroom"

Magistrate Judge N. Reid Neureiter

In this CLE, Magistrate Judge Reid Neureiter will discuss becoming a federal judge, and will provide information for attorneys appearing in his courtroom. His remarks will be of interest to civil and cirminal practitioners alike.

12 noon - 1:15 p.m.

Alfred A. Arraj Federal Courthouse
901 19th Street, Denver
Jury Assembly Room

2 general CLE credits approved

Click HERE to register for the March 8, 2019 program.
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**Thursday, March 21, 2019**

"My Path to the Federal Bench & What I've Learned So Far as a Magistrate Judge"

Magistrate Judge Kato Crews

In this CLE, Magistrate Judge Crews will outline the process he went through to become a federal magistrate judge, and will discuss insights he's had since taking the bench.

12 noon - 1:15 p.m.

Alfred A. Arraj Federal Courthouse
901 19th Street, Denver
Jury Assembly Room

2 general CLE credits approved

Click HERE to register for the March 21, 2019 program.
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HOLD THE DATES

**Tuesday, April 23, 2019**

"Preparing and Presenting a Winning Oral Argument" 

12 noon - 1:15 p.m.

Alfred A. Arraj Federal Courthouse
901 19th Street, Denver
Jury Assembly Room

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The Forum

** Friday, May 3, 2019**
1 - 4:30 p.m.
Westin Denver Downtown

Multiculturalism and the Dynamics of Power - 
Not Your Typical Diversity Program

Please join us for the FFA's signature non-traditional CLE. The Forum has been crafted to foster dialogue among practitioners and the judiciary and explore the challenges of life in the legal field.

Attendees will enjoy a unique speaker in Dr. Nita Mosby Tyler, and will participate in a lively, rotating roundtable conversation with at least one judicial officer at each table. In the true tradition of The Roman Forum, topics will be diverse, ever-changing and dictated by the "crowd" at the table. This program is open to all attorneys; a limited number of free registrations for law clerks and law students will be available.

Registration information will be available soon.  

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NOTE: Handouts from previous CLEs and recent articles are available on the Past Events page.