Attention Solo Practitioners & Small Firm Members:
August 27, 2018 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM (Eastern Daylight Time)
Special Webinar Pricing of $65!
If you are a solo practitioner or part of a small firm (up to two practicing attorneys), AIPLA is pleased to extend special pricing to you on our CLE webinar programs.
AIPLA understands the unique needs and challenges of its members who work within a solo or small firm. Doing more with less is often the nature of your business. For this reason, AIPLA is pleased to offer you a registration fee of $65 (Regular fee for Single Site Registration: $95) for its CLE webinars so that you can meet your educational requirements and not break the budget.
Your registration includes:
Access to webinar and webinar materials for original registrant.
CLE certification/processing for original registrant.
- Webinar materials, including complete CLE processing information, provided 24-48 hours before program airs.
Download Solo Practioner Registration Form, complete, and return this registration form by:
Email to email@example.com using Subject Line: Solo Practitioner Registration;
Fax to: 703.415.0786, ATTN: Dominique Fields.
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