Register Now for our 28th Annual Lawyers’ Continuing Legal Education Seminar, July 8-9 in Houston

May 21, 2012 / By Kim M. Keenan, NAACP General Counsel

We invite you to join us at the NAACP’s Twenty-Eighth Annual Lawyers’ Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Seminar to be held July 8-9, 2012 at the George R. Brown Convention Center, Houston, Texas.

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For the past twenty-seven years, our training course has attracted loyal attendees.  Our focus will include an annual U.S. Supreme Court Review and Legislative Update as well as panels on Ethics and many areas affecting our legal, educational and social justice communities.

The CLE provides an opportunity for civil rights advocates and legal scholars to meet, greet and share strategies to assist African-Americans and other minorities facing civil rights challenges.

We intend to apply for fifteen (15) credits, including two hours of ethics.  For your convenience, pre-registration is available for $350.00 until June 7, 2012.  After June 7th, registration and on-site registration for the two-day session will be $375.00.  Register before June 7th and save $25.  The registration fee will include continental breakfast, one ticket to the Clarence M. Mitchell, Jr. Memorial Lecture Luncheon on Sunday, July 8th, one brown bag lunch ticket, CLE course materials, closing reception and entrance onto the Convention floor.  One-day registrations are also available at $250.00.  If you are unable to attend the CLE, you may purchase course materials at a cost of $50.00.  Please make checks payable to the NAACP CLE Seminar (include credit card information on faxed registrations).

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We look forward to seeing you at our Twenty-Eighth CLE seminar, in Houston, Texas.

Kim M. Keenan, NAACP General Counsel

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