Events ยป Seminars


CACJ members receive discounted rates to seminars that promote unique educational and networking opportunities. CACJ's seminars feature masters of contemporary trial tactics, state and nationally recognized scholars, and experts on critical legal issues. These respected presenters provide substantial insight into the issues that challenge the criminal defense bar.

CACJ's Annual Seminars are listed below:

11 & 12,


Annual Criminal Defense Seminar –This highly attended seminar is held in San Francisco and offers practitioners and allied professionals from throughout the state the very best practice tips from the masters.
February 12-15, 2016 CACJ/CPDA Capital Case Defense Seminar – Each year CACJ and CPDA co-sponsor the Capital Case Defense Seminar. The four-day program includes lectures, plenary sessions, and specialized workshops.

May 18-21, 2016

CACJ/NACDL's Annual Forensic Science Seminar – CACJ/NACDL's Forensic Science Seminar offers cutting edge information in Forensic Science from dynamic speakers.

2016 Date TBD

Criminal Law Hands-On Series- A brand new series, offered as an intensive training in Trial Procedures. Hosted at UCDavis School of Law's King Hall.

2016 Date TBD Bryan R. Shechmeister Death Penalty College – CACJ co-sponsors with the Santa Clara University Death Penalty Law Center an annual intensive one-week training session for practitioners entering the capital case arena, or those wanting to hone their skills.
2016 Date TBD Appellate Practice Seminar– CACJ offers a unique one-day Appellate Practice Seminar tailored to addressing timely issues in appellate law and practice.
2016 Date
DUI Rules of the Road Seminar – CACJ's highly popular DUI Update Seminar: Rules of the Road series provides the latest in legal and tactical updates for DUI practitioners.

CACJ records all seminar attendance and related MCLE as required by the California State Bar;
this information can be accessed by CACJ members on the CACJ website, or by contacting the CACJ office.

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