11 - 13
Thursday, August 11, 2022 - 08:30 to Saturday, August 13, 2022 - 01:30

HYBRID: 2022 Multi-Track Federal Criminal Defense Seminar

Seattle, Washington
Registration Closed

The Multi-Track Federal Criminal Defense Seminar will be offered as a hybrid program (in person and virtual). The seminar offers in-depth instruction in a variety of substantive areas of federal criminal defense practice. The seminar consists of related sessions, or tracks, which are grouped together allowing attorneys to select areas of practice which will best meet their training needs. There are tracks designed for attorneys at all levels of experience. In addition to the tracks, the seminar includes an additional eight substantive plenary lectures which cover more general areas of federal criminal practice. The specific track presentations for the August 2022 Seattle seminar will be listed in the agenda.

This year’s seminar will offer six tracks. One of these tracks is Fundamentals of Federal Criminal Defense (Fundamentals), which is designed for attendees who are new to federal practice. Fundamentals is a dedicated track and attendees selecting this option are required to attend all sessions under this track. Enrollment is limited to 70 attendees. The Fundamentals track is only available to “in-person” attendees and will not be offered virtually.

The other tracks offered include: Strategic Litigation Initiative and Advocacy; Non-Capital Mitigation & Mental Health; Trial Skills, Practice, and Evidence; Substantive Federal Offenses; and Sentencing Strategies & Practices. If you attend the seminar in person, you will have access to all the plenary and breakout sessions. If you attend the seminar virtually, you will be able to view all the plenary sessions and pre-determined breakout sessions from each track (excluding Fundamentals).

Enrollment for in-person attendance at this seminar is limited to 150 attendees. Enrollment for virtual attendance is limited to 300 attendees. Registration will close on August 3, 2022. 


Continuing Legal Education (CLE) accreditation for this seminar will be sought in all applicable jurisdictions. The Conference Identification Number (CIN) for this seminar is CONF220047.