The Institute for In-House Counsel Conference 2014 – April 8, 2014
The Institute for In-House Counsel is a new initiative at New York Law School dedicated to the needs of in-house and corporate professionals. The Institute will address emerging legal, economic and business issues affecting companies from a variety of industries and sectors, and provide practical advice on how to successfully navigate the in-house/outside counsel relationship and communicate effectively with company leadership.
The Center for Real Estate Studies and Center for Business and Financial Law will co-sponsor the Institute’s inaugural half-day Conference to be held on April 8, 2014 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. The conference will feature a keynote address from Richard K. DeSherer, General Counsel, Bloomberg L.P., as well as a series of panels devoted to the real estate, business and regulatory issues facing in-house and corporate attorneys. This event will offer 4.0 CLE credits (including 1.0 in Ethics) to participants.
The Rooftops Conference 2014 – Friday, April 25, 2014
This will be our fourth annual, full-day symposium focused on the role of real estate occupied by not-for-profit organizations in connection with their charitable purposes. Our goal is to provide a forum for meaningful dialogue, research and the exchange of ideas among not-for-profit and real estate industry professionals about the role of real estate (owned, leased or hosted space) in the operational and financial performance of not-for-profit organizations of all sizes and mission types.
For more information about the Rooftops Conference and The Rooftops Project, please click here.