The University of Colorado this spring will hold an executive training program for chief legal officers and law department leaders.
The three-day program, called "The Executive Lawyer," will run April 8 through 10 at the Wolf Law Building on the CU campus.
The program will offer guidance for how to thrive in the "new normal" legal environment that includes expanding regulations, legal process outsourcing and intense global competition.
The program will bring together attorneys from Fortune 100 companies and faculty from CU's Law School. Over the course of the three days, it will combine larger group sessions with smaller workshops.
“Colorado lLaw, given its distinguished faculty and its involved advisory board, is uniquely positioned to offer law department leaders the necessary tools for success,” said Lee Reichert, general counsel for Molson Coors, in a statement.
Participants can register for an “early bird” price of $3,000 for the three-day program until Feb.15.
Members of the Association for Corporate Counsel will receive an additional $500 discount. After Feb. 15, the price for the program will be $3,500.
Visit regonline.com/theexecutivelawyer for more information.