5th Annual Nancy Bergeson Ardent Advocate Lecture
Thursday, July 23, 2015
The Cleaners, Ace Hotel, Portland
Special Guest Lecturer
David Nevin, Attorney, Boise, ID on “The Limits of Civility”
David Nevin has defended criminal cases throughout the United States for 35 years. Mr. Nevin currently serves as lead defense counsel for Khalid Shaikh Mohammad in his capital prosecution at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba arising from the attacks on New York and Washington, D.C. occurring on September 11, 2001. Mr. Nevin is a Fellow, and a former Idaho State Chair, of the American College of Trial Lawyers. He serves as an Adjunct Professor of Trial Practice at the University of Idaho College of Law, and has taught in the EPA’s National Trial Advocacy Institute.
Read more about David Nevin here.
Emcee – Honorable Michael McShane, United States District Court Judge, District of Oregon
4:30p – Reception in memory of Nancy Bergeson and a celebration of defense attorneys
5:30 – The Fifth Annual Nancy Bergeson Ardent Advocate Lecture – David Nevin
6:30 – Lecture adjourns – please stay for more food, talk and libations
$30 by July 13 ($35 after July 13). Includes hors d’oeuvre, beer and one CLE credit.
The Nancy Bergeson Ardent Advocate Lecture is sponsored by Pacific Northwest Law, LLP, the Federal Bar Association, Federal Public Defender, U.S. District Court Attorney Admissions Fund and OCDLA.