On behalf of Georgetown Law’s Department of Academic Conferences and Continuing Legal Education, thank you to all of our speakers for participating in our CLE programs.
To ensure that our conferences run smoothly, we prepare many months in advance. Each program has a designated Program Manager, who is responsible for coordinating all program logistics and executing our conferences to their fullest potentials. Speakers should direct all questions to Program Managers Lynn Adams or Brittany Cain.
In agreeing to speak at our conference, we ask that you provide your Program Manager with the following information:
We request a one-paragraph biography that will be included in your program's course materials. Please send this biography to your program's Manager. Please reference our sample biography for an example.
ALL MCLE states require us to provide “high-quality materials” in support of seminars. There is no set format for materials, though a mere outline or brief PowerPoint are often not sufficient for receiving CLE credit. Course materials, including PowerPoints, should be submitted no later than 3 months before the program.
Please review our course material guidelines for more information.
While our set-ups may vary based on the conference’s location, the following audio visual equipment is standard: laptop, screen, screen projector, wireless presenter, wireless mouse, lectern with microphone, and tabletop microphones.
Should you decide that you have further audio visual needs (such as audio for your PowerPoint, flipcharts, etc), it is required that you request them in advance with the AV & Consent Form. Please note that we cannot guarantee the availability of equipment for last-minute requests.
In the event that a conference is being live webcasted through our relationship with West LegalEdcenter, your Program Manager will inform you far in advance to make you aware. Should you be unable or unwilling to participate in a live webcast, it is imperative that you let your Program Manager know right away.
If you live outside of the Washington DC area, please remember to make your reservations for travel and hotel. Please see your program’s page for specific hotel information.