Rapid-Fire Decisions Review ● Ethical Pitfalls & Precautions
Trial Advocacy Observations From 38 Years On The Bench
The Courtroom As Theater?
Jurors’ Bill Of Rights ● Why I Believe In Juries
Golf Tournament ● BBQ ● Socializing Opportunities & More!
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Join us for IADC's 55th Annual Meeting for members. We're trying out a new meeting location this year: The Limelight Hotel. It's on the edge of downtown Ketchum within walking distance to the many wonderful restaurants. The hotel features beautifully-designed modern guest rooms; a giant patio area with a mountain view, fire pits, a pool and hot tub; and an expansive lobby, with food and beverage service, that's perfect for gathering with colleagues to share some legal fish stories and laughs! Breakfast in the lobby each morning is included with your stay.
Brad Andrews was selected Bar Counsel of the Idaho State Bar in March 2003. He is general counsel to the Board of Commissioners and chief disciplinary counsel. Prior to his service as Bar Counsel, Mr. Andrews was a partner with Jones, Gledhill, Hess, Andrews, Fuhrman, Bradbury & Eiden in Boise. His practice emphasized civil litigation and business transactions. Before entering private practice, Brad was an Idaho Deputy Attorney General and clerked for United States District Judge Harold L. Ryan.
Mark W. Bennett retired this year after 24 years as a federal district judge in the N.D. of Iowa, three years as a U.S. Magistrate Judge and 17 years as trial lawyer. Upon graduating from law school he started his own firm. As a trial lawyer, he appeared in more than 30 federal district courts, several of the federal courts of appeals, and argued his first case in the U.S. Supreme Court when he was only four years out of law school. He had three more cert. petitions granted before he was 30. As a judge he tried more than 300 jury trials in six districts spanning the M.D. of Florida to the District of the Northern Mariana Islands. He handled a number of civil cases in Idaho. He is now the first Director of the Drake University Law School Institute for Justice Reform & Innovation. He has taught at five law schools; authored more than 25 law review articles; numerous other articles; and spoken at more than 500 CLE programs in 39 states and several foreign countries.
||Roger S. Burdick was appointed by Gov. Kempthorne as the 53rd Justice of the Idaho Supreme Court in 2003. He won reelection in 2004, 2010 and 2016, and is serving his second four-year term as Chief Justice. He presided over the Snake River Basin Adjudication and as Administrative Judge for the Fifth Judicial District; was appointed as District Judge, Twin Falls County; and as Magistrate Judge, Jerome County, after being in private practice for six years with Hart & Burdick in Jerome and Webb, Pike, Burton & Carlson in Twin Falls. His history includes time as a Prosecuting Attorney, Public Defender, and a Bank Examiner. He has served on various Idaho Supreme Court advisory committees, including as Chair of the Idaho Administrative Rule 32 Committee; is currently Chair of the Idaho Judicial Council; is on the CCJ working group for implementation of “Call to Action: Achieving Civil Justice for All”; and is on the Board of Directors of the Conference of Chief Justices. He earned his JD at the University of Idaho, College of Law. Chief Justice Burdick and his wife, Rachel, have two sons.
Charles H. Cole is a partner in the Chicago office of Lewis Brisbois and a member of the Medical Malpractice Department. He spends the majority of his time defending physicians and other health care providers. After admission to the Illinois Bar in 1977, Mr. Cole has spent his career trying complex and significant matters to verdict in Illinois as well as other states, both in the State Court and the Federal Court. Mr. Cole has tried more than 80 cases to verdict involving multi-million dollar exposures. .
Mr. Cole trained in drama and improvisational comedy at Chicago's famed Second City. He maintained his own improvisational comedy troupe for about a year and appeared in a number of musical comedies. This training and extracurricular activity helped make him the fun guy that he is and clearly enhanced his performance before judges and juries.
||B. Lynn Winmill graduated from Idaho State University (ISU) with a degree in American Studies and went on to Harvard Law School. He practiced law for two years in Denver followed by eight years in Pocatello. He was appointed a district judge for the Sixth Judicial District of the State of Idaho by Gov. Andrus and was appointed by President Clinton to serve as District Judge in the U.S. District Court for the District of Idaho. He has been Chief District Judge since 1999. As adjunct faculty at ISU and the University of Idaho College of Law, Judge Winmill has taught courses in criminal procedure, legal history and complex civil litigation. He has served on the Board of Visitors for the J. Reuben Clark School of Law at BYU and has lectured at law schools in Idaho, Utah and Michigan. He has been extensively involved in international outreach programs and has provided training for judges from across the world. He has also served as President of the Ninth Circuit District Judges Association and is on the Board of Directors for the Federal Judges Association.
B O O K Y O U R R O O M T O D A Y
LIMELIGHT HOTEL,151 MAIN ST. SOUTH:
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“IADC Room Block for September 20th”
One thing a little different at the Limelight Hotel is our room block is set as “run of the house.” That means the rooms are priced at $229 per room (plus resort fees & taxes) regardless of King or Queen bed, city or mountain view, etc. Just let them know your preferences when you book.
The hotel has suites, too. They may be booked by request and are priced at a different special rate for our group, based upon availability.
GET YOUR DAILY DOSE OF IRON
There’s no better way to enjoy the breathtaking scenery of the area and the approach of autumn than playing a round of golf with colleagues on the Sun Valley Resort’s Trail Creek course. Join in the fun of IADC’s annual golf tournament!
Pre-register now ($105 green/tournament fee includes tax). Check-in is at 12:30PM with modified shotgun start at 1:00PM. Scramble format.
Tournament prizes and, no doubt, a few tall tales, will be presented at Saturday’s dinner.
THANKS TO OUR EVENT SPONSORS
McDonald & Associates Investigations
Northwest Medical Experts
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MACHAON Medical Evaluations