The Corporate Counsel Institute offers general counsel an opportunity to discuss the unique challenges faced by in-house counsel. The Institute was founded more than 44 years ago by David S. Ruder, Northwestern Law professor and former Chair of the Securities and Exchange Commission. Designed exclusively by a group of general counsel, it is a forum for discussion of current issues of substantive law and practical tools for the day to day practice of law within a corporation. Stay up to date on the most recent legal developments, improve as a manager and a leader, and take away lessons learned from seasoned in-house counsel and industry experts.
Experience the only program designed exclusively by a group of general counsel. Network with peers from around the country while earning up to 10 CLE credits.
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