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    What is the most semantic markup for this type of data

    I am redesigning a website and I came across this type of data:

    October 10, 2008

    Professional and Ethical Dilemmas in Litigation
    Seminar Chairman and Moderator
    Two panels of judges and lawyers
    Atlanta, Georgia
    Institute of Continuing Legal Education
    Brochure for Seminar
    Powerpoint Presentation


    October 3, 2008
    Why Do Lawyers Get Sued For Malpractice? A Guide To
    Avoiding Malpractice and Ethics Complaints
    Atlanta, Georgia
    Institute of Continuing Legal Education
    Brochure for Seminar



    The data is using tables, and consists of a date and details of seminars taught.... He wants the data layed out as shown here:

    http://www.lefkowitzfirm.com/malprac..._seminars.html
    (scroll down to where it says:Recent Legal Seminars Taught on the Topics of Legal Malpractice, Ethics and Fiduciary Duty)

    My question is, is tables appropriate for this? Or would this fall under definition lists or some other type of markup?

    Thanks for any feedback.

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    I would think it fell under the category of tabular data - first column is date, second column is related info. The seminars associated with each date would probably be a list within that table cell, though.


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