San Diego Family Law Bar, December 6, 2019, San Diego, CA “Case Update.”
Association of Certified Family Law Specialists (ACFLS), October 23, 2019, Sacramento, CA, “19 Ways to Change a Judge’s Mind Without an Appeal.”
San Diego Family Law Bar, June 7, 2019, San Diego, “How Not to Lose Your Appeal in the Trial Court.”
San Diego Family Law Bar, March 1, 2019, San Diego, “Statutory Interpretation.”
Speaker, San Diego Family Law Bar, March 16, 2018, San Diego, "Rules of MSA Interpretation or How I Learned Not to Violate My Parol and Love the Rules."
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San Diego Family Law Bar, January 20, 2016, San Diego, “WHEN to Writ, WHEN to Appeal, WHEN to Obtain A Certificate of Probable Cause.”
Speaker, San Diego Family Law Bar, December 4, 2015, San Diego, “Student Loans – Yours, Mine or Ours?
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