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2 Crim. Def. 1 (1975)

handle is hein.journals/ciiafen2 and id is 1 raw text is: FEBRUARY, 1975                         HOUSTON, TEXAS                             VOL. 2, NO. 1
The National College of Criminal Defense Lawyers
and Public Defenders will hold four regional institu-
tes ,on Advanced Criminal Defense Tactics and
Techniques, a Defender Workshop, and a compre-
hensive three-week Summer Session in the remain-
ing first nine months of 1975.
One regional institute has already been held this
year. That one was for 13 Southern and Midwestern
states and was held January 9-12 in Louisville,
The remaining regional institutes will be held in
Denver, February 13-16; Boston, April 24-27; Miami,
July 24-27; and San Diego, August 21-24.
The regional institutes are geared to the needs
of experienced lawyers, and admission preference
is given to attorneys with more than two years
experience if there are more applications than
available spaces. Residents of the region being
served receive priority over nonresidents.
The curriculum for the Denver Regional Institute
is printed on page 23. It is typical of curricula for
the regional institutes. A registration form for all
of the College's programs is also printed on page
N                            24.
Each of the regional institutes are designed to
serve a specific section of the country, although
lawyers from outside the region are invited to at-
tend. There will be no regional limitations for the
Defender Workshop, March 21-23, and the Summer
Session, June 9-27.
The states served by each of the remaining re-
gional institutes are listed below:
Denver Regional Institute-Colorado, Kansas,
Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Dakota,
L                                  South Dakota, Oklahoma, West Texas, Utah and
With his rifle against the sky, this Indian al Wounded Knee,  Wyoming.
South Dakota, symbolizes the defiant struggle of America's  Boston  Regional Institute-Connecticut, Dela-
Forgotten Minority to find its place in modem society.  ware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hamp-
Albert Krieger provides an inside view of the National As-  shire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode
bociation of Criminal Defense Lawyers' efforts to provide free
counsel to the Wounded Knee defendants beginning on  Island, Vermont and the District of Columbia.
page 4.                                                      (continued on page 23)

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