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  • Peter Psarouthakis
    ISPLA s Director of Government Affairs, Bruce Hulme will be representing the Investigative profession at the American Bar Association 36th Annual National
    Message 1 of 1 , Jun 1, 2010
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      ISPLA's Director of Government Affairs, Bruce Hulme will be representing the
      Investigative profession at the American Bar Association 36th Annual
      National Conference on Professional Responsibility in Seattle, Washington on
      June 2-5, 2010. Legal scholars, jurists and specialists in the professional
      responsibility field will gather for three days of intensive seminars
      covering a wide range of topics, including: ethical preparation of
      witnesses; conflicts; confidentiality and attorney-client privilege. Mr.
      Hulme will be discussing the Law of Ethics and Investigations.



      ISPLA's Educate to Legislate initiative educates Congress, the general
      public and those that utilize investigative and security services about the
      importance of the investigation profession and our concerns regarding
      legislation. Mr. Hulme and/or other representatives of ISPLA are available
      for presentations at your organization or association events. If you would
      like further information, please email us at <mailto:isplavoice@...>
      isplavoice@....



      For information on how you can support your profession with a membership in
      ISPLA go to <http://www.ispla.org/> www.ispla.org



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