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2004 FRATERNAL LAW CONFERENCE November 19-20, 2004
Periodically, the publishers of Fraternal Law have hosted a National Fraternal Law Conference. This November 19-20 will be the eleventh of these national sessions. Past conferences have drawn participants from all across the United States with attendees well mixed between attorneys, representatives of national fraternities and sororities, and the colleges and universities where Greek groups are located. Additionally, some student chapter leaders also attend.
The faculty for this year’s conference will include both fraternity and university leaders who have addressed fraternity-related issues on both a national and local level. It will also include attorneys who represent fraternities or colleges and perhaps some who had actions against Greek organizations. Topics to be covered this year include:
- New developments in defining the relationship between chapters and their host institutions.
- The Alcohol Free Housing Movement.
- Hazing – the Ongoing Problem.
- Protecting Fraternity’s Intellectual Property – Trademarks.
- The Latest on the Tax Front.
- Dealing with Anti-Greek Attitudes.
CLE credit will be available for attorneys.
The registration fee is $250 per participant; the student fee is $150. Rooms will be available at the Kingsgate Marriott Conference Center located adjacent to the University of Cincinnati campus. The program will begin at 9:00 a.m. on Friday the 19th, and conclude at noon on Saturday, the 20th. More information can be obtained or suggestions for topics made by contacting email@example.com.