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From The President
By Lawrence S. Goldman
President's Column columns.
In my previous columns, I have discussed issues of significance to our
nation’s criminal justice system such as mandatory videotaping of
custodial interrogations. In this issue, six months into my term as
President, I narrow my focus and address issues relating to NACDL
itself. More specifically, I devote this column to some of the new
activities, programs and member services that the NACDL has initiated
within the past year.
We have formed two committees to help our members practice law more
effectively. The Federal Circuit Oral Argument Committee, chaired by
Howard and Scott Srebnick, consists of a team of knowledgeable and
experienced lawyers to sit as a moot court to prepare a member for an
argument in a federal appellate court. (We continue our Supreme Court
Oral Argument moot court program, coordinated by Professor David Cole,
with the Supreme Court Institute of the Georgetown University Law
We have initiated a tutoring program, c
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