Clark Hill Attorney Lisa B. Kirsch Satawa to Present at The Alabama Criminal Defense Lawyers Association July 18, 2014
– Clark Hill Attorney Lisa B. Kirsch Satawa will present at The Alabama Criminal Defense Lawyers Association seminar titled “Not Just A Crime…Tips and Tactics For an Individualized Defense to Adult and Child Sex Cases” on Friday July 18, 2014 in Orange Beach, Alabama. Kirsch Satawa’s presentations are titled “Forensic Interviewing, Suggestibility, & Disclosure: Analyzing, Understanding, and Attacking” and “Don’t Be Afraid They’re Just Children: A Developmental Approach to Examining the Child Witness.”
Kirsch Satawa is a Member in Clark Hill’s Litigation Practice Group. Lisa is a former partner at Kirsch & Satawa, PC in Southfield, Michigan, and is a criminal defense attorney specializing in consulting and defending allegations of child sexual assault and child abuse. She represents both adults and juveniles charged with crimes or individuals at risk of losing their children due to abuse or neglect. Her multistate practice includes trials, consultation and appeals. Her unique multidisciplinary approach to this specialty focuses on linguistics, forensic interviewing, psychology and medicine coupled with the law.
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