2021 AILA Spring CLE Virtual Conference - Recording
The 2021 AILA Spring Virtual Conference will be held April 15, 2021.
By registering for this conference you agree to abide by the AILA Virtual Code of Conduct.
Join us for the 2021 AILA Spring CLE Virtual Conference to get an insider’s view of what is happening at the government agencies! This conference provides a unique opportunity to hear directly from representatives of the new administration. Agency officials and AILA liaison committees will discuss the latest regulatory and policy initiatives affecting your practice and clients. You’ll also learn about current trends, issues in agency adjudications, and potential future changes, and you’ll receive a summary of the most recent liaison meeting discussions. The conference also will include a hot topics panel with updates on litigation, regulations, executive actions, and legislation. Don’t miss it!
AILA’s 2021 National Day of Action will also be held virtually the following week, Thursday, April 22, 2021. To find out more on how to register visit www.aila.org/NDA. Please note that participation is limited.
View the complete conference program.
All registrants receive:
- Conference Recordings Access Following the Event
- Digital Handbook
- Virtual Exhibit Hall Access
Please note: all times indicated in the program are Eastern Time.
AILA will file for CLE credits in appropriate jurisdictions. Eligible participants can receive up to 7.00 total credits in 50-minute jurisdictions and up to 6.00 total credits in 60-minute jurisdictions. To receive CLE credit, attorneys must record sessions attended and CLE codes provided at each session via webCLE. More information on jurisdictions approving this program for CLE credit will be available closer to the conference date. Live attendance must be recorded by Thursday, April 22, 2021. This deadline does not apply to the download format.
Please Note: CLE credits not reported on webCLE by the published deadline will be subject to an administrative late fee to cover incurred costs.