WHAT TO EXPECT AFTER THE ELECTION
Will it be business as usual after November 8? It’s doubtful. This Columbia Law School Executive Education seminar gathers professors who are experts in environmental law, immigration issues, regulatory matters, national security concerns, health care, and tax rules to discuss how they predict the next presidency and a new Congress will affect the business and legal landscape.
After a long and brutal battle, no matter who wins in November, there will certainly be fallout. Benefit from the wisdom of this Columbia Law School brain trust to anticipate what will change, and how, so that you can be well-prepared to advise your clients and implement effective strategy.
November 18, 2016
9 a.m.–4:45 p.m.
Columbia Law School, Jerome Greene Hall
$1,750 NOW $1,000
CLE Credit Available, Including Ethics Credit
Group discounts available. Please contact CLSExecEd@law.columbia.edu for more information.
*Register by October 28 for a 10% discount using code: JMEARLY10
Michael Gerrard, Program Chair; Andrew Sabin Professor of Professional Practice; Director of the Sabin Center for Climate Change Law
Richard Briffault, Joseph P. Chamberlain Professor of Legislation
Lori Fisler Damrosch, Hamilton Fish Professor of International Law and Diplomacy
Michael J. Graetz, Columbia Alumni Professor of Tax Law
Jamal Greene, Dwight Professor of Law
Kathryn Judge, Professor of Law
Elora Mukherjee, Associate Clinical Professor of Law
Hillel I. Parness, Attorney, Parness Law Firm, PLLC; Lecturer in Law
Kristen Underhill, Associate Professor of Law
Matthew Waxman, Liviu Librescu Professor of Law; Faculty Chair, Roger Hertog Program on Law and National Security
In this program, attendees will hear from Columbia Law School professors about what to expect in areas including: international and national security issues, financial regulation, health care reform, and judicial selection. These experts are on the cutting edge of what is happening in the law and can help you peer over the horizon and prepare for what’s coming next. Attendees will gain practical insights into potentially significant legal and policy changes that they can utilize in their practices and businesses.
Group discounts available.
Please contact CLSExecEd@law.columbia.edu for more information.
Columbia Law School has been certified by the New York State Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Board as an Accredited Provider of CLE programs. Courses qualifying for CLE for newly admitted attorneys, for experienced attorneys, or for both, are identified in conjunction with each course’s description. CLS provides a New York CLE Certificate of Attendance to attorneys in accordance with applicable regulations and guidelines, including those regarding verification of attendance.
Persons seeking a hardship scholarship should register using the online form and then separately complete their registration by submitting a scholarship request, no later than October 27, 2016, to Columbia Law School Executive Education at CLSExecEd@law.columbia.edu. Requests, which will be answered, should detail in a few sentences the basis of the applicant's need and the background to his or her interest. Please understand that without a complete scholarship request, the applicant may be notified that the scholarship registration has been cancelled.
Please refer to the agenda for specific information regarding the CLE credit available for this program. Please contact us at CLSExecEd@law.columbia.edu with questions. For general information regarding New York CLE credit, please contact the New York Continuing Legal Education Board at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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