ntering its 17th
year, the National Firearms Law Seminar provides a unique opportunity for attorneys who represent firearms owners and firearms-related businesses to meet and discuss legal issues and theories relevant to this expanding area of the law. Attorneys in attendance will also have the ability to earn Continuing Legal Education credit.
The NRA is proud to provide all those interested in firearms law the most up-to-date information regarding pending Second Amendment cases, federal and state firearms restrictions, the restoration of firearms rights, and NFA Trusts.
The 2014 Seminar will also include discussions about current litigation including the New York and Connecticut challenges and the Colorado Sheriffs’ lawsuit, state and federal firearms disqualifications, relief from these disabilities and current trends, duty to retreat and Stand Your Ground laws, firearms ranges, major provisions of the National Firearms Act (NFA) and the use of gun trusts, and legal ethics by Indiana Supreme Court Justice Stephen H. David. The special luncheon speaker will be Brian Anse Patrick, Professor of Communication at the University of Toledo.
Written study materials of this and previous years' Seminars are available for purchase. For more information about the National Firearms Law Seminar, please call 1-877-NRF-LAWS.