Taking place on December 9 - 11, the Marquette University Law School and the Milwaukee Bar Association proudly present the 41st Annual Conference on Recent Developments in Criminal Law. The conference will be presented virtually this year as a 3-part series. We hope you will join us for the full conference (best value!) or you will also have the option to register for individual days. If you register for the full conference, you will also receive the recordings for each day. If you register for an individual day, you will only receive the recording for that particular day.

Click the links below to view the lineup of stellar speakers and conference schedule.



Full Conference Registration Fees:
MBA Member: $165
Non-Member: $190

REGISTER FOR FULL CONFERENCE 

Individual Program Registration Fees:
Part I: Wednesday, December 9
MBA Member: $55

Non-Member: $70

Part II: Thursday, December 10
MBA Member: $75

Non-Member: $100

Part III: Friday, December 11
MBA Member: $55

Non-Member: $70


Conference Schedule:

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2020
2.5 CLE credits

Noon to 1:00 pm  
Traffic/OWI Law Update

Attorney Sarah Schmeiser, Stroud, Willink & Howard LLC

1:00 to 2:05 pm
The Year in Review: Developments in Constitutional Criminal Procedure

Attorney Jason Luczak, Gimbel, Reilly, Guerin & Brown, LLP         

               




REGISTER FOR PART I ONLY    
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 2020

3.0 CLE credits including 1.5 ethics credits

Noon to 1:15 pm 
Ethics Segment # 1: Selected Ethics Issues in Criminal Defense
(including 
Representing Clients with Competency and Diminished Capacity Issues)

Attorney Timothy Pierce, Ethics Counsel, State Bar of Wisconsin

1:15 to 2:30 pm
The Year in Review: Criminal Procedure in the 2019-2020 Term of the 
Wisconsin Appellate Courts

Attorney Craig Mastantuono, Mastantuono and Coffee

 





REGISTER FOR PART II ONLY
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2020

2.5 CLE credits including 1.5 ethics credits

Noon to 1:15 pm
Ethics Segment # 2: Evidence, Ethics and the Ineffective Assistance
of 
Counsel

Professor Daniel D. Blinka, Marquette University Law School

1:15 to 2:15 pm: 
The Year in Review: Substantive Criminal Law in the 2019-2020
Term of
the Wisconsin Appellate Courts

Constitutional Amendment: Marsy’s Law

Attorney Craig Johnson, Sweet and Associates

 





REGISTER FOR PART III ONLY