SCI Has Something Special for Attorneys Who Hunt

lobbyist-on-capitol-steps-300x200Lawyers . . .

Are you curious about why two federal judges recently put gray wolves back on the endangered species list?

Do you want to get the current details about SCI’s legal battle to restore elephant importation from Zimbabwe and Tanzania?

Do you need up-to-date information about the latest developments in criminal law that affect hunters?

Would you like to learn about where and when suppressors can be legally used for hunting?

Would you like to actually enjoy fulfilling your Professional Responsibility/Legal Ethics requirement this year?

Are you not a member of SCI, but would like a chance to see what the SCI annual Convention is all about?

If you can answer yes to any of these questions, SCI’s Wildlife Law Continuing Legal Education course is for you.

You do not need to be a member of SCI to attend.  The $279.00 course registration fee includes half-day, same-day (Friday, February 6, 2015) admission to SCI’s annual Convention in Las Vegas, Nevada.  SCI will assist you in getting MCLE credit for attending the course from your state bar. (No state bar has ever refused to accredit our course!)  For more information and to register, please visit the State Bar of Nevada website:   http://www.nvbarcle.org/course-sales-page/current-issues-domestic-and-international-wildlife-and-hunting-law-live.  Questions?  Please contact Anna Seidman, Director of Litigation, Safari Club International at aseidman@safariclub.org or 202-543-8733.

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