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Texas Tech Univ. School of Law

Thursday, January 28, 2010

ABA-RPTE 2010 Spring Symposia

CLEThe ABA Section of Real Property, Trusts & Estate Law is sponsoring the 2010 Spring Symposia in Philadelphia on May 6-7, 2010.

A summary of the program is below:

Whether you are specializing in estate planning or real estate law, are a general practitioner with a wide ranging practice or are a seasoned professional looking to refocus your practice, the Spring Symposia gives you the expertise you need to be at the leading edge of your practice.

Attend this comprehensive CLE Symposia and see how RPTE can help you be a better lawyer. Maximize the value you receive from the time and money you invest in your continuing education. Attend the ABA Section of Real Property, Trust and Estate Law 21st Annual Spring Symposia in Philadelphia May 6 & 7, 2010 to:ƒ

  • Hear leading experts discuss the latest legislative, judicial and regulatory developments, meet in small groups to exchange ideas with your peers ƒ
  • Learn about today’s most important estate planning topics including: Congress and transfer taxes, captive insurance companies, and tips for success in IRS appeals
  • Discover practical solutions to the significant real estate issues of the day including: trends and responses to the credit crisis, green buildings and law firm trends in the down economy ƒ
  • Attend our Young Lawyers Institute: Practice Essentials, which will present two separate tracks for skills training in real property and trust and estate law ƒ
  • Enjoy social events that will expand your network of valuable professional contacts

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