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Friday, August 5, 2016

Mike Iacopino Co-Chairs National Seminar on Governmental and Prosecutorial Misconduct

There is an epidemic of Brady violations abroad in the land."

Hon. Alexander Kozinski 

In dissent United States v. Olsen (2013)

Brennan Lenehan's managing partner, Mike Iacopino, will co-chair the NACDL Annual Meeting Seminar from August 10 through August 13, 2016, at The Breakers Resort in West Palm Beach, Florida. The seminar will focus on zealous representation in the face of governmental and prosecutorial misconduct. Together with co-chairs Nellie King and Melanie Morgan, Iacopino was once again responsible for assembling a nationally acclaimed faculty for the seminar.

Among other criminal defense luminaries, the  seminar faculty includes presentations from: 

In addition legendary Baltimore attorney Billy Murphy will launch the seminar with a keynote address. Murphy’s latest heroic endeavor is his representation of the family of Freddie Gray who died in custody of the Baltimore Police Department. 

The Seminar promises to be the seminal national criminal defense seminar of the year. Follow the seminar on Twitter, #NACDLAnnual.


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