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King Serves as Moderator for Prestigious Family Law Judicial Legal Forum

King Serves as Moderator for Prestigious Family Law Judicial Legal Forum

April 21, 2009 – Albany, NY – On May 8, the National Business Institute will sponsor a judicial forum allowing attorneys and legal professionals unique access to a panel of Family Court judges. The seminar “What Family Court Judges Want You to Know,” will offer the judges’ perspective on how a variety of family law disputes can best be handled in the courtroom.

Barbara J. King, Esq. will serve as moderator for the judicial panel. King is a partner at Tully Rinckey PLLC, where she serves as chair of the firm’s family and matrimonial law department. Her legal practice has focused on matters pertaining to family and matrimonial law for over 20 years.

The roundtable-style discussion will focus on topics relating to custody matters, trial practice, domestic violence, and the best interests of children involved in family court proceedings.

Panel speakers include Hon. Courtenay W. Hall, Acting Supreme Court Justice for the Saratoga County Family Court and Family Court Judge for the New York State Unified Court System; Hon. Gerard E. Maney, Acting Supreme Court Justice, Supervising Judge of the Family Courts in the Third Judicial District, and Albany County Family Court Judge; and Hon. Margaret T. Walsh, Albany County Family Court Judge.

Registration for the half-day seminar begins at 8:30 a.m. at the Albany Marriott on 189 Wolf Road. Information regarding pre-registration is available on the National Business Institute website at www.nbi-sems.com.

 

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