We sincerely regret to inform you that we have come to the difficult decision to cancel the following CLE conferences:
-Corporate Counsel Institute (March 10-12, 2020)
-Advanced Commercial Leasing Institute (April 1-3, 2020)
-Nonprofit Governance (April 22, 2020)
-Representing and Managing Tax-Exempt Organizations (April 23-24, 2020),
-Cybersecurity Law Institute (May 20-21, 2020)
The Office of Executive and Continuing Legal Education provides high-quality educational opportunities for lawyers and law-related professionals to fulfill their life-long learning needs.
Georgetown Law has been a leader and innovator in legal education for nearly 150 years. Located in the heart of the nation’s capital, Georgetown Law’s Office of Executive and Continuing Legal Education represents a tradition of excellence. Developed with the profession’s ever-changing needs in mind, we provide the legal community with high quality continuing legal education that meets state bar mandatory CLE requirements. Our programs address the most cutting-edge law and policy issues. Our Executive programs are built upon that strong foundation, expertly tailored to challenge lifelong learners to take their performance to the next level. We offer Executive training participants unparalleled opportunities to expand their skills in substantive areas of law as well as in leadership and management disciplines. Our CLE and Executive Education faculties feature the country’s leading officials, judges, professors, and practitioners.
For the Corporate Counsel Institute, Nonprofit conferences, Cybersecurity Law Institute, we will strive to create webinar recordings of planned sessions from this event, so please stay tuned as we roll those out in the coming months on our online platform (linked below). CLE credit will be available, however, MCLE state credit rules vary for online CLE. If you need CLE credit before our 2020 sessions are available online, please note that we do currently have on-demand content from other programs available online (link below).
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