Win a shotgun at the 17th Annual Firearms Law Seminar on Friday at NRA Annual Meeting
Indianapolis, Indiana - It has been called the gold standard of firearms law classes. And if you're going to the Annual Meeting in Indy, then it's a day you don't want to miss.
Join pioneering thought leaders such as Stephen Holbrook, David Kopel and Andrew F. Branca for a full day seminar covering the latest in firearm legalese. A day that earns attorneys in attendance with Continuing Legal Education credit. Better yet, you don't even have to be a lawyer to attend the 17th Annual Firearms Law Seminar.
For only $295 ($175 for non-attorneys, $50 for law students), sit in as the panel discusses "current litigation including the New York and Connecticut challenges and the Colorado Sheriffs’ lawsuit, state and federal firearms disqualifications, relief from these disabilities and current trends, duty to retreat and Stand Your Ground laws, firearms ranges, new laws in Illinois, major provisions of the National Firearms Act (NFA) and the use of gun trusts, and legal ethics."
Speakers at the seminar include:
- Justice Steven H. David, Indiana Supreme Court
- Joel Ostrander, Security & Civilian Training, SafeShot, Ltd.
- Professor Nicholas Johnson, Fordham Law School
- Bryan Ciyou, Esq., Ciyou & Dixon, P.C.
- Sarah Gervase, NRA Assistant General Counsel
- Andrew F. Branca,, author The Laws of Self Defense
- Stefan Tahmassebi, NRA Deputy General Counsel
Highlighted with a luncheon address by Brian Anse Patrick, Professor of Communication at the University of Toledo, the 17th Annual Firearms Law Seminar starts at 8:00am in Grand Ballrooms 8-10 and runs throughout the day. Half-day options (including the luncheon address) are available.
So if you'd like to sign up for the gold standard of Firearm Law Seminars, go to www.nrafoundation.org/lawseminar and register today.
And as a little icing on the cake, all attendees will be automatically entered into a drawing to win one of the items listed below ...
Find out more about the 2014 NRA Annual Meeting at nraam.org