The Section's telephonic Committee programs (formerly known as brown bags) are short, informal educational events on timely antitrust topics organized by committees and held either entirely over the telephone or at the offices of a corporate law department, law firm, client, government agency, or academic institution. They normally last 60-90 minutes and are held during lunch hours. Due to the informal nature of the programs, and the fact that accompanying written materials are not normally prepared and distributed, the Section does not offer continuing legal education credits for these programs.
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