90 Beech Street
Essex Junction, VT 05452
Mary Kay Lanthier
Public Defender Rep:
(3-year terms expiring 2020)
(3-year terms expiring 2021)
(3-year terms expiring 2022)
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Winter Ski/CLE on ETHICS
Friday, February 15, 2019
8:30 am Registration, 9:00 am – 11:00 am Program
Located at the Mad River Barn, 2849 Mill Brook Road, Waitsfield, VT 05673
2 hours CLE in Ethics
Registration Deadline: Friday, February 8 th
Seminar Fees (include breakfast and materials):
Seminar With Seminar With
By Feb 8th Only Ski Ticket After Feb 8th Only Ski Ticket
Member $45 $75 Member $70 $100
Non Member $70 $100 Non Member $95 $125
Public Defender Member $25 $55 Public Defender Member $50 $80
Please circle your registration amount above and complete the info below:
Name_______________________________________ Firm/Defender Office _____________________________________
Phone _____________________________________Email ____________________________________________________
Register online at www.vtacdl.com/seminars, or send checks payable to: “VTACDL” and mail to: 90 Beech Street, Essex Jct., VT 05452. Notice of cancellation must be received on or before Feb. 8th to ensure a refund. No refund will be given thereafter. Questions? Contact VTACDL Executive Director Lori Jensen at (802) 343-4628 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Michael Kennedy graduated from South Burlington High School, the University of Vermont, and the George Washington University Law School. After passing the Vermont Bar Exam, Michael worked for five years as an Assistant Attorney General representing both the Department of Corrections and, briefly, what was then called the Department of Developmental and Mental Health Services and prosecuted the State’s involuntary commitment cases. In late 1998, Michael accepted the position of Deputy Disciplinary Counsel and was promoted to Disciplinary Counsel in 2000. In 2012, Michael accepted the position of Bar Counsel, switching his focus from investigating & prosecuting disciplinary cases to providing guidance for lawyers with ethics questions. Michael currently sits on the Vermont Bar Association’s Board of Managers and is a former member of the Board of Bar Examiners. Michael is an avid marathoner and is a high school basketball coach.
Andy Strauss is Licensing Counsel for Vermont’s Office of Attorney Licensing, where he administers attorney admissions and the continuing legal education program and advises the Board of Bar Examiners, the Character and Fitness Committee, and the Board of Mandatory Continuing Legal Education. Prior to becoming Licensing Counsel in mid-2017, Andy spent fourteen years as a litigator in Vermont, including nine years as a Deputy State’s Attorney.
Questions? Contact VTACDL Executive Director Lori Jensen at (802) 343-4628 or email email@example.com.
Thank you for registering for our CLE!