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Lawyers, Guns and ... 20th National Firearms Law Seminar

Lawyers, Guns and ... 20th National Firearms Law Seminar

Whether you are an attorney who represents firearms owners and firearms-related businesses—or if you are involved peripherally with gun laws in another capacity such as a gun blogger, FFL holder or law enforcement professional—don’t miss the National Firearms Law Seminar in Atlanta, 8 a.m. on Friday, April 28, 2017. Organized by the NRA's Office of the General Counsel, the seminar, held during the NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits, is designed for attorneys and others interested in gun laws to meet and and discuss key legal issues relevant to this expanding area of the law. Attorneys in attendance will also earn Continuing Legal Education credit. 

The 2017 Seminar will include discussions about current constitutional litigation across the country, new federal and state laws and regulations, defending firearms dealers and manufacturers, preventing unjust verdicts in self-defense cases, how best to organize and operate gun ranges and clubs, developing and managing a firearms law practice, and legal ethics. 

Speakers will include Massad Ayoob, Stephen Halbrook, Professor Nelson Lund, James B. Vogts, James P. Vann from BATFE, Matthew Bergstrom, Judge Richard Dietz of the North Carolina Court of Appeals, Morgan Shields of the NRA Office of the General Counsel, and NRA-ILA Senior Research Attorney Chris Zealand. The special luncheon speaker will be NRA Past President Sandy Froman

In celebration of the seminar's 20th anniversary, all attendees will have the chance to win a limited-edition Henry Golden Boy Second Amendment Tribute Edition .22 LR rifle and other door prizes.

If you are unable to attend the Atlanta seminar in person, written study materials are available for purchase. For more information, please call 1-877-NRF-LAWS or email lawseminar@nrahq.org. For more information on the NRA Annual Meetings, visit nraam.org.

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