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Evan: Thanks for the tip. I hadn't seen the CCJA website before, and, as a greenhorn lawyer practicing criminal law, I am always looking for whatever help I can get.

Carolyn Elefant


Thanks for a fabulous link. I handled criminal cases when I started my firm to get courtroom experience and the DC Public Defenders' Office offered a fantastic and FREE 2 day training, and put out a $60 book, which together covered some of what the CCJA site does. This is really going to go a long way towards improving the quality of legal representation and it will encourage more new solos who want to get trial experience to sign up for court appointed cases.

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