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CLE Credit: Intellectual Property and Law Conferences

If you’re hunting for continuing legal education credits — or you just want to learn more about intellectual property law — there are several IP-centric opportunities that you should check out this month: The ABA Intellectual Property Conference, the Robotics and Law Conference, and Patents, Innovation and Freedom to Use Ideas.

CLE Credit: Free IP Law Webinar on Dec. 14

The year is almost over, but you still have time for more continuing legal education (CLE). If you've been looking for an opportunity to complete CLE credit from the comfort of your home or office, today is your lucky day.

Fitch, Even, Tabin & Flannery will host "Collection, Review, and Production of Your Client's Electronic Information," a free electronic discovery webinar, on December 14, at 9:00 am PST/12:00 pm EST.

CLE Credit: IP Law and Management Institute Nov. 6-8

We live for the early days of fall, when the air is crisp and leaves are turning. Fall, however, is not for everyone.

If you’re a patent lawyer who prefers warmth and sunshine, and you need CLE credit, we have great news. The International Performance Management Institute is hosting its Intellectual Property (IP) Law & Management Institute at the Rancho Las Palmas Resort and Spa in Palm Springs, Caifornia, November 6-8.

In case a working trip to Palm Springs is not enough to lure you away from your office, we have details on the conference topics, too.

CLE Credit: UT Law Advanced Patent Law Institute Oct. 27-28

If you’re a patent lawyer looking for the ideal combination of continuing legal education credit (CLE) and Texas charm, you’re in luck. The University of Texas School of Law (UT Law) is hosting its 16th Annual Advanced Patent Law Institute October 27-28 in Austin, Texas.

Standard registration for the conference, which will be held at the Four Seasons Hotel, is $645. The registration rate increases to $695 after October 19. Registration can be completed online on UT Law’s CLE website.