Please join us at the Real Property, Trust and Estate Law Section Spring Symposia in Philadelphia, May 6-7, 2010. We are most excited about being in Philadelphia, the City of Brotherly Love and the birthplace of the term "Philadelphia Lawyer", which was inspired by Andrew Hamilton--a lawyer best known for his legal victory on behalf of printer and newspaper publisher John Peter Zenger. Certainly there is a lot of legal history in Philadelphia, and the National Constitution Center will be a great historic venue for our opening reception. Clearly, the best reason to come to the Spring Symposia is to leave as a better lawyer. Our committees are focused, more than ever, on providing attendees with the latest cutting edge CLE, presented by some of the best authorities in their fields. You will also have great opportunities to network with colleagues from all over the county to discuss common issues and strategies for prospering during these challenging times and to socialize. Philly's location is very convenient for travelers from across the country and especially easy to get to from D.C., Baltimore, Wilmington and New York. Click here for meeting information, agendas, and online registration. Many thanks to our Host Committee, which did an excellent job in obtaining sponsorships not only from 21 law firms but from many outstanding companies and organizations. Click here to view a list of our sponsors (whom we hope you will consider supporting with your business and referrals) and to request information on how you can join them in sponsoring the 2010 Spring Symposia.
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Roger D. Winston
Chair, Real Property, Trust and Estate Law Section