Georgetown University Law Center will hold the following programs at the Georgetown University Law Center, 600 New Jersey Avenue, NW, Washington, DC, during the month of January.
E-Business Institute for Corporate Counsel on Thursday, January 15.This institute is designed to analyze the most important e-business issues facing in-house counsel.The program will consist of five modules, with each module presenting a panel of qualified experts and experienced CLE presenters discussing the existing legal framework, hot issues and pragmatic solutions being implemented today.
Trade and Customs Law: Introduction and Refresher on Wednesday, January 28.This one-day program will allow both new practitioners and experienced trade lawyers to obtain an up-to-the-minute refresher of the latest developments in trade and customs law.
International Trade Update 2004: Trends, Tips and Practical Advice on Thursday and Friday, January 29-30.This conference, co-sponsored by the International Trade Committee of the ABA's International Law Section, returns to provide a fresh perspective on the hottest international trade issues facing practitioners on "both sides" of today's controversies.Speakers will include key officials from the administration and Capitol Hill.
For tuition and CLE credits, consult the Bulletin Board.For more information, telephone T.J. Doyle at Georgetown University Law Center, (202) 662-9896 or access www.georgetowncle.org.