National Family Law Symposium: State of the Family 2011
The Impact of Twenty-First Century Science and Technology on the Family
The National Center for Family Law and Virginia CLE® present an all-star faculty of family law attorneys, judges, professors, and mental health professionals from across the nation, bringing you the opportunity to learn, discuss, and debate the law, the research, and social policies impacting children, marriages, and families — and the opportunity to enjoy a beautiful September getaway in historic Richmond.
For family law practitioners, judges, professors, mental health professionals, and others interested in the law and social policies impacting families and children.
This symposium will provide:
A unique opportunity to learn, discuss, and debate the law, the research, the technology, and social policies impacting children, marriages, and families
All-star faculty of attorneys, judges, professors, and mental health professionals from across the country
Opportunity to network with other family law professionals from across the country
Great location and great price (dinner, two lunches, and two continental breakfasts included with Symposium fee)
When: Sept. 12-13
Where: Jepson Alumni Center, University of Richmond
MCLE credits: 12.0
Cost: Tuition for the Symposium is $475 ($239 for law professors). This fee includes continental breakfasts on Monday and Tuesday, lunches on Monday and Tuesday, and a cocktail party/buffet dinner on Monday night. Space is limited.
For complete details, and to register, visit Virginia Continuing Legal Education.