ROBERT J. MULHERN Esq.
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Santa Clara University School of Law: Death Penalty College.
   • a thirty six (36) hour course concerning the death penalty phase of trial
     and sentencing.  Training included negotiations; motions in limine, jury
     selection, opening statements, direct and cross examination of expert
     witnesses, investigation and presentation of mitigating evidence and
     witnesses, investigation and attacking aggravating evidence and witnesses, 
     closing arguments, jury instructions, and federalizing issues for direct
     appeals and habeas corpus proceedings.

 American Bar Association:
   • a three and one half (3.5) hour seminar on the new developments in
     federal habeas corpus laws.

Washington Council of Lawyers:  Death Penalty Representation Project
   • an eight (8) hour seminar on the legal and investigative aspects of a habeas
     corpus case.
   • an eight (8) hour seminar on direct appeals and habeas corpus proceedings.

10th Appellate Practice Institute by the American Bar Association
   • a seventeen (17) hour seminar on appellate advocacy, including brief writing
     and oral arguments.

Appellate Practice and Procedure by the Federal Bar Association
   • a three and one half (3.5) hour seminar on appellate practice and procedure.                         


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