A Message from NACDL Executive Director Norman L. Reimer: Criminal Defenders’ New Home on the Web
Washington, DC (Sept. 22, 2011) – The National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, the nation’s preeminent criminal defense bar association, is proud to announce the launch of its completely new and upgraded Website. Please take a few minutes to look around explore many new and exciting features.
On the landing page, you will find an important message from NACDL President Lisa Wayne on capital punishment in America. You will also easily find all of the tremendous resources you have come to expect from NACDL – News and information, The Champion Magazine, NACDL’s Amicus Curiae briefs, our Legal Education Programs and Resources, the Brief & Motion Bank, and much, much more. In addition to NACDL’s general membership and Life Member directories, there is a public “Find a Lawyer” tool enabling visitors to find NACDL member lawyers in their area. NACDL’s new site brings expanded functionality, ease of use and improved searchability to your online NACDL experience.
You can also shop online at the NACDL store where you will find publications, self-study CLE programs (audio and video), and NACDL apparel. In addition, you can register online for NACDL’s year-round live CLE seminars and online webcast programs.
NACDL members can access NACDL’s online “Resource Center,” which houses a brief & motion bank, an experts database, information about NACDL’s Lawyers’ Assistance Strike Force and Ethics Hotline, and a plethora of other tools for lawyers.
“Liberty’s Last Champion” is stepping out front to provide our members and audiences with a more effective, efficient and aesthetically pleasing Internet home for the criminal defense bar.
As with the launch of any website, there will be some glitches and bumps in the road. You can help us by providing your feedback at email@example.com. We invite you to visit the new website at www.nacdl.org and to take a video tour at www.nacdl.org/siteintro.
Contact: Ivan Dominguez, Deputy Director of Public Affairs & Communications, (202) 465-7662 or firstname.lastname@example.org.