2018 Corporate Counsel ConferenceMarch 15 - 18
The HNBA’s 9th Annual Corporate Counsel Conference!
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The theme of this year’s conference is “Innovate.”
View the 2018 CCC Conference Journal!
Join the HNBA at its 9th Annual Corporate Counsel Conference & 23rd Annual Uvaldo Herrera Moot Court Competition at the Hilton San Francisco Union Square on March 15-18, 2018. This signature event provides a unique setting for Corporate America and the HNBA to connect, offering opportunities for outside counsel to meet representatives from numerous Fortune 500 Companies. This year’s conference will give hundreds of attorneys, judges, and law students a valuable and enjoyable three-day program featuring Continuing Legal Education (CLE) panels on cutting edge topics led by experts from across the country, a variety of workshops, and one of a kind networking opportunities. It is also going to be the most robust and forward-looking Conference to date! The theme for this year’s CCC is INNOVATE! and is all about “what’s next” in the law and how to get our members ahead of the curve with respect to the trends, threats, and opportunities that are changing the face of the legal industry as we know it. The 2018 CCC will also feature a CLE track entitled, “The Art of Successful Lawyering,” a series dedicated to providing our members with the knowledge and resources necessary to become happier, better, and ultimately more successful lawyers. See you in San Francisco!
PLEASE NOTE: The Corporate Counsel Conference & Moot Court Competition will follow a Thursday-Sunday pattern for 2018.
View a sneak peek of the agenda here.
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