"It was terrific to see so many familiar faces and engage with colleagues across the country at last week’s Institute: Virtual 2021. The panel sessions were engaging, fun and insightful, and provided substantive, deep dives into issues facing our clients and the public finance industry. I found the three-day format for The Institute: Virtual 2021 helpful, as it provided a manageable schedule and helped balance some of the challenges of a virtual conference. I also really enjoyed the Thursday evening NABL Diversity Committee Networking Reception, and in particular the remarks of the Honorable Mayor Stephen K. Benjamin of Columbia, South Carolina, and the subsequent breakout sessions. The breakout sessions, Q&A, small session discussions, receptions, and interactive presentations made the conference enjoyable and personable, almost (almost!) like we were together in person. Many thanks to the panelists and NABL for your time and energy devoted to the conference, and to all of you for attending and doing your part to make The Institute: Virtual 2021 a success!" said, Institute Chair, Deanna L.S. Gregory, Pacifica Law Group LLP, Seattle, WA
"A big thank you to the NABL staff, the panelists, and all attendees for making The Institute: Virtual 2021 a success! While it would have been great to see everyone in person, the virtual format allowed for different forms of interaction that enabled professional and personal networking beyond a typical in-person conference, such as at the breakout rooms at the networking receptions hosted by the Diversity Committee and the new Issuer's and In-House Counsel Committee. I look forward to seeing everyone at The Institute: 2022!" said, Institute Vice Chair, Marybeth Orsini, Ballard Spahr LLP, Baltimore, MD
All registrants will receive a link to access the recorded panel sessions and materials by Monday, March 29.
The Institute: Virtual 2021 offered participants the ability to earn up to 10.50 total hours of CLE credit, including 1.25 hours of ethics credit. In states with a 50-minute CLE hour, up to 12.60 hours of credit can be earned, including 1.5 hours of ethics credit.
CLE certificates will be available on your online profile by March 29, 2021. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
ATTENDANCE REPORTING: NABL will submit your hours to the states where sponsor reporting is required within 30 days.