Tuesday, February 25, 2014
Sunday, February 23, 2014
CRIMINAL LAW FORMS book
New book from the American Bar Association
Author: Kenneth Vercammen
Meet the author August 9, 2014 Sheraton Boston Hotel
Hynes Convention Center
Hynes Convention Center
Use Criminal Law Forms to help represent persons charged with criminal and traffic offenses. Detailed instruction and valuable insight is offered beginning with the initial contact with the client, to walking into the courthouse, and managing the steps that follow. Two hundred and ten modifiable forms help make criminal lawyers more efficient and productive, while also reducing the chance for mistakes. Criminal Law Forms helps lawyers face the challenges of:
• Criminal defense
• DWI cases
• Juvenile offenses
• Domestic violence
• Traffic violations
• Auto Accidents
• And much more
Regular price $139.95, GP SOLO Member Price $129.95 To order contact ABA Customer Care, 1-800-285-2221 321 N. Clark Street, Chicago, IL 60653 or fax to 312-988-6030 (PC: 5150457)
Kenneth Vercammen is an Edison, Middlesex County, NJ trial attorney where he handles Criminal, Municipal Court, Probate, Civil Litigation and Estate Administration matters. Ken is author of the American Bar Association's new book “Criminal Law Forms” and often lectures to trial lawyers of the American Bar Association, NJ State Bar Association and Middlesex County Bar Association. As the Past Chair of the Municipal Court Section he has served on its board for 10 years.
Awarded the Municipal Court Attorney of the Year by both the NJSBA and Middlesex County Bar Association, he also received the NJSBA- YLD Service to the Bar Award and the General Practitioner Attorney of the Year, now Solo Attorney of the Year.
Ken Vercammen is a highly regarded lecturer on both Municipal Court/ DWI and Estate/ Probate Law issues for the NJICLE- New Jersey State Bar Association, American Bar Association, and Middlesex County Bar Association. His articles have been published by NJ Law Journal, ABA Law Practice Management Magazine, YLD Dictum, GP Gazette and New Jersey Lawyer magazine. He was a speaker at the 2013 ABA Annual meeting program “Handling the Criminal Misdemeanor and Traffic Case” and serves as is the Editor in Chief of the NJ Municipal Court Law Review.
For nine years he served as the Cranbury Township Prosecutor and also was a Special Acting Prosecutor in nine different towns. Ken has successfully handled over one thousand Municipal Court and Superior Court matters in the past 27 years.
His private practice has devoted a substantial portion of professional time to the preparation and trial of litigated matters. Appearing in Courts throughout New Jersey several times each week on Criminal and Municipal Court trials, civil and contested Probate hearings. Ken also serves as the Editor of the popular legal website and mobile phone app www.njlaws.com and related blogs. In Law School he was a member of the Law Review, winner of the ATLA trial competition and top ten in class.
Throughout his career he has served the NJSBA in many leadership and volunteer positions. Ken has testified for the NJSBA before the Senate Judiciary Committee to support changes in the DWI law to permit restricted use driver license and interlock legislation. Ken also testified before the Assembly Judiciary Committee in favor of the first-time criminal offender “Conditional Dismissal” legislation which permits dismissal of some criminal charges. He is the voice of the Solo and Small firm attorneys who juggle active court practice with bar and community activities. Recently, the ABA Solo Division has selected Ken to write its new book on “Marketing for the New and Small Firm Attorney”. In his private life he has been a member of the NJ State champion Raritan Valley Road Runners master’s team and is a 4th degree black belt.
Sunday, February 2, 2014
2014 Municipal Court College
Monday, March 31, 2014
NJ Law Center, New Brunswick
A guide to handling municipal court matters in your practice and a "crash course" designed to build your skills!
This information-packed program is designed for attorneys who do not concentrate in Municipal Court law, including practitioners seeking to expand into this practice area & attorneys looking to create a niche practice. Seasoned Municipal Court lawyers will learn new skills and obtain CLE credits.
You'll "go back to school" to attend 6 half hour segments and panel discussions that will provide you with a working knowledge of municipal court law basics. You'll quickly be able to represent clients in a wide range of matters you would normally have had to refer to others. Gain confidence in your ability to handle Municipal Court matters. Make an investment in your legal career and register today!
Initial client interview; getting retained; dealing with the prosecutor – Plus an update on the conditional dismissal program-
Driving While Suspended –
Drug Cases and DREs
Assault and miscellaneous proceedings
DWI/Blood , Alcotest/Ignition Locks/Alcotest Refusal
Q&A and closing comments
Gain insight and information that will help you represent clients in every aspect of Municipal Court law, including: • Initial interview getting retained and dealing with the prosecutor • Driving while suspended • Drug cases and DRE • Assault and miscellaneous • DWI - Blood • DWI – Alcotest
Speakers: Kenneth Vercammen Esq.. Past Chair, NJSBA Municipal Court Section Past GP Solo Section Attorney of the Year 2006 NJSBA Municipal Court Practitioner of the Year K. Vercammen & Associates (Edison)
John Menzel Esq Law Offices of John Menzel (Point Pleasant)
Norma Murgado Chief Prosecutor (Elizabeth) Assistant Prosecutor (Woodbridge) Murgado & Carroll, Esq. (Elizabeth)
Stephen Williams, Esq.
Steve Williams, Esq.
Who should attend: • Judges & Prosecutors • General practitioners • Criminal law practitioners • Municipal Court law practitioners • Litigators • New attorneys • Members of law enforcement
Includes seminar, 400 page book, CD with over 1,000 pages of forms, dinner, coffee, desert Tuition ranges between $145- $189 depending on NJSBA membership Call : (732)214-8500 Seminar # S96200S4
NJ CLE information: This program has been approved by the Board on Continuing Legal Education of the Supreme Court of New Jersey for 4.0 hours of total CLE credit. Of these, 4.0 qualify as hours of credit toward certification in criminal trial law.
Location: New Jersey Law Center
One Constitution Square
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
Sponsor: NEW JERSEY INSTITUTE FOR CONTINUING LEGAL EDUCATION NJICLE, A Division of the NJSBA NJ State Bar Association
CAN'T ATTEND? Up to 12 of your 24 New Jersey MCLE credits can be earned via Audio CDs, Webinars & MP3s.
Order your audio package and earn New Jersey MCLE credits at your convenience.
Presented in cooperation with the NJSBA Municipal Court Practice Section and the NJSBA Young Lawyers Division
KENNETH VERCAMMEN & ASSOCIATES, PC
ATTORNEY AT LAW
2053 Woodbridge Ave.
Edison, NJ 08817