MACDL 2023 Legislative Enactments
Friday, September 22, 2023
Join MACDL’s Legislative Committee Chair Walt McKee as he reviews, in the dust of this past legislative session, this session’s bills and laws that were finally enacted that will affect the practice of criminal defense and the lives of our clients moving forward.
Attendees from the MACDL June annual conference can attend this live webcast for FREE to supplement Walt’s earlier presentation. (Registration is still required.)
MACDL members who did not attend the June conference can register to attend this one-hour CLE for $25. Non-MACDL members can pay $50 for this one-hour CLE.
This CLE qualifies for one general CLE credit with the Board of Bar Overseers, as well as one CLE credit with MCILS (not for payment).
ZOOM INFORMATION WILL BE SEND TO REGISTRANTS THE EVENING PRIOR TO THE EVENT.
Full payment must be received prior to the day of the event.
Contact Tina Nadeau at email@example.com with any questions.
Walt McKee has practiced law for 30 years. He is a past president of MACDL and has served on its Board for many years. He is currently MACDL’s Treasurer and the Chair of MACDL’s Legislative Committee. He has presented Maine Statutory Changes at the MACDL CLE as well as the MSBA Legal Year in Review for the last 17 years. He is a veteran of over 200 criminal and civil jury trials.
Walt also serves on the Governor’s Judicial Nominations Advisory Committee and the Board of Governors of the Maine Trial Lawyers Association. He also served for 6 years as the Chair of the Maine Ethics Commission.
Walt has earned numerous awards and honors in his career including the Louis Scolnik award from the ACLU of Maine for his service advocating for the accused in the Maine Legislature. He is a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers, and has taught trial practice at the Harvard Law School Trial Advocacy program as well as MTLA’s Litigation Institute and at other programs.
This morning Walt rose at 3:00 a.m. to go to work, as he has done for his entire career. In Walt Standard Time (WST) this means that he will be speaking at what is the equivalent of dinner time.