The ABA Tax Section will offer an expanded opportunity for members to earn CLE credit and hear the latest from experts at its Virtual 2021 May Tax Meeting. Historically the most widely attended of the Section’s meetings, the Virtual 2021 May Tax Meeting will feature five full days of substantive CLE and networking sessions, an increase from the four days of the prior virtual Section Meetings. It will take place from May 10 to May 14.
The Virtual 2021 May Tax Meeting will be the third virtual full Section meeting since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. It will be held on the same platform used for the Virtual 2021 Midyear Tax Meeting, an improved platform with fewer technical barriers for attendees and panelists.
The same platform will also be used for the Section’s other spring meetings, the Virtual 2021 ABA/IPT Advanced Tax Seminars on March 15-19 and the Virtual 21st Annual U.S. and Europe Tax Practice Trends on March 23-26.
After positive feedback from the 2021 Virtual Midyear Tax Meeting, the 2021 Virtual May Tax Meeting will include more networking opportunities and events in addition to the usual high-level analysis and up-to-the-minute developments from government and private sector panelists.
The Section is exploring a return to in-person meetings at the earliest possible date consistent with public health trends related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Registration is open for the Virtual 2021 ABA/IPT Advanced Tax Seminars, the Virtual 21st Annual U.S. and Europe Tax Practice Trends, and the Virtual 2021 May Tax Meeting.
If you have questions about Section virtual meetings or if your organization is interested in a sponsorship, contact the Tax Section. ■