The ABA has scheduled its spring Business Law Section Meeting in Denver this year.
The meeting will run from Thursday to Saturday, April 22-24, at the Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel.
Attendees will have the opportunity to choose from over 50 CLE programs devoted solely to the practice of business law, numerous committee and subcommittee meetings, exciting social events, and networking opportunities with lawyers from across the country and around the world.
Among the programs that will be offered are banking law, business and corporate litigation, business financing, community economic development, corporate counsel, corporate governance, corporate law, cyberspace law, derivatives and futures law, employee benefits and executive compensation, pro bono, private equity and venture capital, state of securities, and federal regulation of securities.
Highlights include a diversity networking reception, a Women's Business Law Network Sweet Endings Dessert Reception, and a Pro Bono Breakfast and Committee Meeting. For those new to the profession, the meeting has planned an Institute for the Young Lawyer with nine business law basics programs and law student activities.Registration to the meeting is free to all law students.
Among the faculty are Gregory M. Giammittorio, partner, Morrison & Foerster; Frances Gauthier, of counsel, Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young LLP; Carol D. Newman, Bryan Cave LLP; Gabe Galanda, Williams Kastner; Leianne Crittenden, chief counsel, Oracle Financing Div; Dennis Garris, Alston & Bird; and Michael W. Briggs, counsel, Legal Division, Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
For more information about available CLE credits and fees, see CLE Events on The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel website at www.metrocorpcounsel.com.
To make a reservation, go to www.ababusinesslaw.org.