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Business Law Section Annual Meeting coming in September

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Business Law Meeting

You have until Aug. 19 to register for the Business Law Section Annual Meeting in Boston from Sept. 8-10. And if you’re a law student member of the Business Law section, you can go for free!

Law students can connect with over 1,700 attendees, including senior partners from local and national firms and general counsel from around the world.

Connect with more than 1,700 attendees including senior partners from the Boston area and across the nation and general counsels from around the world.

The event also includes the “Meet the GC Series: Development, Advancement and Insight on Career Strategies” program and programs designed specifically for students and recent graduates.

Your Business Law Section membership provides law students free access to:

  • Law Student Speed Networking: Master the art of first impressions as you meet business, legal, and public service professionals
  • A Vast Array of Speakers: Listen to officials from the Federal Trade Commission, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
  • Networking Events: Mix and mingle with section leaders and meeting attendees over complimentary drinks and hors d’oeuvres

This is an excellent opportunity to begin your relationship with the Business Law Section to maximize the long-term benefits of membership.

Law students receive 5 free sections with their membership. To join the Business Law Section with your existing membership, visit your myABA account. To join the ABA as a law student, visit our registration page.

ABA Law Student Division The Law Student Division empowers law student by providing them with meaningful connections to practicing professionals, job resources, relevant programming, and practical skills competitions. We represent the law student community by advocating for policies that improve legal education, champion diversity, and strengthen public service.