Collateral Consequences of a Criminal Conviction, Wayne County Criminal Defense Attorney’s CAPP Presentation, November, 2014;

The Digital Office, Michigan Appellate Practice Section, State Bar of Michigan, November 2014;

Speaker, Preserving Appellate Issues: An Appellate Attorney’s View of Trial Objections, Criminal Defense Attorneys of Michigan, Gaylord, Michigan, July 2013;

Panelist, The eBrief, Michigan Appellate Bench/Bar Conference, Plymouth, MI, May, 2013;

Speaker, Contested Cases and the MDOC, Prison & Corrections Section, State Bar of Michigan, Novi, MI, January, 2013;

Practicing in the Clouds, Wisconsin Association of Criminal of Defense Lawyers, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, October, 2012.

Panelist, Criminal Defense Attorneys of Michigan, Medical Marijuana (Appellate Issues), Spring Conference, Novi, Michigan, March 2012.

Panelist, Practicing in the Cloud, Appellate Practice Section of the State Bar of Michigan, Novi, Michigan, March, 2012

The Integrated Law Office: Technology and the Solo Practitioner, Michigan Appellate Assigned Counsel System, October 2011. (Presented in Auburn Hils, Lansing, and Grand Rapids).

Panel Discussion: Setting Fees in Appellate Cases, Appellate Practice Section, State Bar of Michigan, Livonia, Michigan, May, 2011.

Technology Session, Criminal Defense Attorneys of Michigan, Novi, Michigan, 2011.

E-Filing: A Practitioner’s Perspective, Appellate Practice Section, State Bar of Michigan, September 2009 (also presented at the 2010 Appellate Bench Bar Conference, Plymouth, Michigan)

Computer Resources for the Appellate Practitioner, October 2008, Michigan Appellate Assigned Counsel System. (Presented in Troy, Lansing, and Grand Rapids).

The Michigan Department of Corrections (MDOC) in a Nutshell, Wayne County Criminal Advocacy Program. September 2005
. For our 200 page handout, click here. I copresented this speech with former MDOC Parole Supervisor Kathy Schaefer. For her website, click here.

Blakely v Washington and Its Applicability in Michigan, Criminal Defense Attorneys of Michigan, March 2005

The CD-ROM Brief: Technowiz or the Brief of the New Millenium, Michigan Appellate Bench Bar 2002 (also Presented to Law Society of Upper Canada);

The United States Supreme Court and the "Great Writ of Habeas Corpus:" All Ahead Slow, National Lawyer's Guild Annual Conference, Boston, Massachusetts, November, 2000;

Their Last Best Hope: Parole and Pardon Strategies, University of Michigan School of Social Work, National Roundtable on Women in Prison, June 1999;

The Truth About Truth in Sentencing, Michigan Appellate Assigned Counsel System, March, 1999;

Moderator, Michigan Appellate Bench-Bar Conference, March, 1998 (and November, 1995);

Panelist, Computer Resources for the Appellate Practitioner, Appellate Law Section, State Bar of Michigan, November, 1997.

Panelist, Michigan Parole Practices, Prison & Correction Section Annual Conference, State Bar of Michigan, September, 1997

Expert Witness Testimony, Cain v Department of Corrections

Michigan Post-Conviction Remedies in a Nutshell, Criminal Law Section, State Bar of Michigan, February, 1997

Civil Liberties Crossfire: The Rights of the Accused v. The Rights of the Abused, American Civil Liberties, Michigan State Conference, June, 1996

"Hurdling the 6.500 Barrier," Michigan Appellate Assigned Counsel Service, Lansing, Michigan, June, 1996

Computer Resources for the Criminal Defense Attorney, Criminal Defense Attorneys of Michigan, November, 1995;

"Parole Appeals: It Ain't Over 'Till It's Over," Michigan Appellate Assigned Counsel Service, Lansing, Michigan, June, 1995

Prison Law Clinic, University of Michigan Law School. Co-taught Prison Law Clinic at University of Michigan Law School, Ann Arbor (for Prison Legal Services of Michigan).

"WordPerfect is Not a Typewriter," National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, Orlando, Florida, February, 1992.

Guest Lecturer, Thomas Cooley Law School (1996 and 97); University of Detroit Law School (1998 and 1995)