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News: Karra Porter Squares Off Against Trial Counsel in Appellate Presentation at 2016 Fall Forum
C&J appellate and trial attorney Karra J. Porter, who has handled more than 150 civil and criminal appeals in her more than 30 years of experience, squares off in a boxing-style match with trial counsel at today's 2016 Fall Forum. Karra's presentation, "In This Corner: Trial and Appellate Counsel Square Off," will provide insight into the minds of trial and appellate counsel regarding issues that may routinely come up at trial, including exclusion of evidence, rebuttal evidence, and etc. To read more about the Fall Forum, as well as Karra's presentation, visit here.  
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