Program Schedule 2019-2020
After close consultation with Georgetown University leadership and Corporate Counsel Institute stakeholders, we've made the difficult decision to cancel all in-person sessions and the pre-institute kick-off event for the 2020 Corporate Counsel Institute.
Having spent the past year preparing with our Advisory Board, speakers, and sponsors, we're genuinely upset and disappointed that we cannot host the Institute at this time. As an alternative option, we intend to record the sessions and make that content available online for our registrants.
We want to thank all our customers, Advisory Board members, and speakers for their support and encouragement. We are working with our moderators, speakers, and IT team to finalize the details to record the content and will share more information to access the recorded content once it is available.
Thank you for your understanding as we navigate current events. Please contact us via email at CLE@georgetown.edu with additional questions.
We sincerely regret to inform you that we have come to the difficult decision to cancel the 2020 Advanced Commercial Leasing Institute. The program will no longer be held at Georgetown Law and the Washington Court Hotel on April 1-3, 2020.
The decision was made on March 10, after much consideration by, and frequent communication with, university leadership and program stakeholders.
The health and safety of our Advisory Board members, speakers, and attendees, as well as Georgetown Law faculty, staff, and students is our paramount concern.
Registrants can indicate their preference to be given a full refund or to remain registered for the 2021 Advanced Commercial Leasing Institute by completing this form by March 20 (link below).
We sincerely regret to announce that we have come to the difficult decision to cancel the 2020 Nonprofit Board Governance (NPG) and Representing and Managing Tax-Exempt Organizations (TEO) programs.
The programs will no longer be held at the AAMC Learning Center and the Grand Hyatt Washington on April 22-24, 2020.
The health and safety of our speakers and attendees, as well as Georgetown Law staff and students, is our paramount concern as the world faces the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
Speakers and registrants were informed via email on March 12 and a Georgetown Law CLE team member will communicate with registrants separately regarding refunds. We ask for your patience as we manage a backlog of such requests due to multiple event cancellations.
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. You will find recordings from past years of NPG and TEO available there, as well, plus content in other practice areas.
We sincerely regret to inform you that we have come to the difficult decision to cancel the 2020 Cybersecurity Law Institute (CSLI). The program will no longer be held at Georgetown Law on May 20-21, 2020. Those who have registered will receive a full refund of their registration fee, and a Georgetown Law CLE team member will be in touch regarding that in due course.
The decision was made after much consideration and in frequent communication with Georgetown University leadership and with Program Co-Chairs, Maureen Kelly and Erez Liebermann, and Planning Committee Co-Chairs, Raj De and Randy Sabett. The health and safety of our speakers and attendees, as well as Georgetown Law staff and students, is our paramount concern as the world faces the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
We are very grateful for your interest in the 2020 CSLI program, and we value you as a Georgetown Law CLE customer. In the coming months, we will continue to monitor the situation. We may seek to release some cybersecurity/privacy-related online content and/or move the 2021 CSLI program to earlier in the year. We will follow up as our plans for the future develop. In the meantime, please let us know if you have any questions.
If you can attend only one state and local tax conference this year, make it the Georgetown Law Advanced State and Local Tax Institute. Anchored in 42 years of tradition, while focused on the key state and local tax issues of today and tomorrow, the Institute always delivers high-quality content. The Faculty for the Advanced State and Local Tax Institute are second-to-none, and attendees include a balanced mix of state regulators, law firm attorneys, accounting firm attorneys and CPAs, and in-house attorneys and CPAs. Come to the Georgetown Law Advanced State and Local Tax Institute, and come away with the knowledge and the connections to advance your career in state and local tax. This year's program will kick off with a Networking Reception on Tuesday evening, graciously hosted by Eversheds Sutherland (US) LLP, with the remainder of the program being held at Georgetown University Law Center.
Georgetown Law's eDiscovery Training Academy provides a unique and immersive learning experience in eDiscovery law and technology. The intensive week-long course was designed by eDiscovery experts, and its interactive format fosters strong connections between students and faculty. The course culminates with students testing their newly-developed skills in a "mock" meet-and-confer before actual state and federal judges. Students will leave the course with a comprehensive understanding of the discipline and an individualized certificate of completion.
New developments are constantly occurring in the evolving practice of hotel law, but Georgetown Law CLE's Hotel and Lodging Legal Summit will provide you with the information you need to stay current!
Each year an advisory board of top hotel and lodging attorneys from companies and law firms throughout the world collaborate to identify the most pressing legal issues and topics facing the industry and recruit some of the most distinguished attorneys in the industry to discuss these issues at this conference.
Join us this October to network and exchange insights with colleagues in the industry and learn about recent legal developments from the industry’s leading attorneys.
The 2020 Institute will address high-level eDiscovery topics while continuing to explore the nexus between eDiscovery and privacy. Planned by an Advisory Board of top eDiscovery practitioners, AEDI annually features more federal judges than any other eDiscovery conference, as well as eDiscovery thought leaders from government, law firms, and companies. Attend AEDI and leave with the knowledge and connections you need to succeed in eDiscovery.