Virtual Section Annual Meeting 2020 | Committee and Subcommittee Meetings

September 21‒25, 2020

Collaborate virtually with colleagues at committee and subcommittee meetings for substantive discussions on relevant trends in your practice area–open to all attendees. And after the meeting, enhance your membership by joining one or more of our 50+ practice-specific substantive committees. Committee membership provides access to valuable resources including newsletters, webinars, substantive teleconferences, and interactive discussion groups.

Committee/Subcommittee - Meetings

"Committee Meetings offer a one-stop shop for timely CLE programming on cutting-edge issues and endless networking opportunities with leading business lawyers across the U.S. and abroad."

Mauricio Videla, Arbitrator, Attorney, Commissioned Bank Examiner, New York, NY

"Committee meetings provide real-time, substantive information that is crucial to my practice. I have never left a Business Law Section committee meeting without learning something new."

Christopher J. Rockers, Partner, Husch Blackwell LLP, Kansas City, MO

"In person or remote, the Section's Annual Meeting is one of the best opportunities for lawyers and judges to meet and hear from each other. Committee meetings provide a particularly useful opportunity to learn from each other's experiences. And these days, we need these opportunities more than ever before!"

The Honorable Elizabeth S. Stong, U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Eastern District of New York, Brooklyn, NY

“The greatest thing about the Committee Meetings: the people, whether it’s discussing concepts about rep & warranty insurance or discussing portraits at the local museum, the people at these meetings are intelligent, captivating and relatable. Personally, attending the annual meeting in Washington D.C. last year was a highlight of the year and allowed me to forge new connections across the country. It’s definitely a great way to develop not only a better understanding of our profession, but also long lasting friendships that can extend outside the realm of simply “the law.”

Thaddeus E. Chase, Jr., McDermott Will & Emery LLP, Dallas, TX.