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Newsletter > September 2013 > "2013 Fraternal Law Conference Includes National Panel"
2013 Fraternal Law Conference Includes National Panel
Mark your calendars! Fraternal Law Partners, a division of Manley Burke, LP A, is pleased to announce that the Fraternal Law Conference will be held on November 8-9, 2013. The Fraternal Law Conference is the leading legal education event for fraternities, sororities and their related foundations, and will touch on a number of topics related to risk management and hazing, corporate governance and tax law.
Once again, the Fraternal Law Conference will offer a dual-track format. One track will address the inner workings of fraternities and sororities, while the second will be targeted specifically to the unique needs of foundations. There will also be a number of shared sessions that will benefit all attendees.
Here are the essential details of the 2013 Fraternal Law Conference:
When: Friday, November 8, 2013 from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Saturday, November 9, 2013 from 8:00 a.m. to Noon.
Where: Downtown Cincinnati, Ohio, in the Westin Hotel.
Who should attend: The president, treasurer/finance officer, executive director, director of business operations, director of chapter services, attorney/legal counsel and risk management leaders at fraternities, sororities and related foundations. Leaders of host institutions such as deans of student life, directors of Greek life or other student life officers would also benefit from the Conference.
Speakers: The 2013 Conference includes a national panel of fraternal experts discussing the most pressing and cutting edge issues in the Greek world. Speakers include Tim Burke, Sean Callan, John Christopher , and Dan McCarthy of Manley Burke and Fraternal Law Partners; Mark D. Bauer, Professor of Law, Stetson University College of Law; Dianne Bailey from Robinson, Bradshaw & Hinson in Charlotte, North Carolina; Jim Ewbank from Ewbank & Harris in Austin, Texas; Scott Himsel from Faegre Baker Daniels in Indianapolis, Indiana; Professor Laura Rothstein, from Louis D. Brandeis School of Law at the University of Louisville; Beth Stathos, General Counsel to Chi Omega; Pete Smithhisler, President and CEO of the North American Interfraternity Conference; Patrick Alderdice, the President and CEO of Pennington & Company; Douglas G. Smith, from Jackson Lewis in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; and Professor Gregory Parks from Wake Forest University School of Law.
Cost: Each registration is $395 and includes the conference, all conference materials in electronic format, breakfast on Nov. 8 and 9, lunch on Nov. 8 and a cocktail reception on Nov. 8. Hard copies of conference materials are available for an additional $150.00. Travel and accommodations are separate. For the convenience of attendees, a block of rooms has been reserved at the Westin Cincinnati. Group rates are available at the hotel until October 8, 2013, so please be sure to book ahead!
How to register: Registration is open at www.FratemalLaw.com.
For more information: Visit www.FraternalLaw.com for information on speakers, topics and additional details related to the Fraternal Law Conference. This site will be consistently updated as new information is received, so attendees are encouraged to check the site often. You may also contact Dan McCarthy at firstname.lastname@example.org or John Christopher at email@example.com