2022 AIPLA Corporate Practice Institute (Virtual)
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2022 AIPLA Corporate Practice Institute
August 23 to 24, 2022
CLE minutes TBD
SAVE THE DATE!
AIPLA is hosting it's second two-day Virtual Corporate Practice Institute with limited unique sponsorship opportunities for our exhibitors. The Institute is designed for Corporate in-house counsel, including attorneys and patent agents. The program will run from 12 noon to 5:30 and include 3 one-hour CLE sessions and a one-hour networking session each day.
AGENDA coming soon!
SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES. In between the CLE sessions, we have opportunities for 20-minute Sponsored Learning Sessions. These can be live or recorded but are available during session breaks (and once recorded, on-demand on the event platform). Learning sessions are an optional addition to the sponsorship. All sponsors will also receive a complete online Sponsor page in the event platform and mobile app, where you can place promotional materials, post a video, let individuals schedule one on one appointments to learn more about your products or services. Sponsors will also receive online recognition as well as a complimentary registration. For information about sponsorship, please contact lbeller @ aipla.org.
REGISTRATION COMING SOON! If you are a corporate practitioner, please do not register here. We have a special registration form available. We will post the form on the event page.Add to:
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