Chicago L train rounding a corner. Source: Douglas Rahden via Wikimedia Commons.
Chicago L train rounding a corner. Source: Douglas Rahden via Wikimedia Commons.
Event

Bonds and Beverages: Chicago

Networking event for Chicago area law students interested in public finance law on March 3, 2024.

Frederick Douglass Bridge crossing the Anacostia River in Washington, D.C. Source: Ron Cogswell.
Frederick Douglass Bridge crossing the Anacostia River in Washington, D.C. Source: Ron Cogswell.
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Bonds and Beverages: DC

Networking event for D.C. area law students interested in public finance law on February 22, 2024.

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Clo$ing C0sts: Wire Fraud Perils

Article from Ice Miller LLP exploring the surge in wire fraud that is impacting financial transactions.

  • Webinars
  • CLE Eligible

Ethics: Conflicts, Competence, & Confidentiality

Discussion on the latest trends in public finance practitioners’ potential exposure to professional liability with a focus on areas relating to conflicts, confidence, and confidentiality.

Transforming Public Finance: The Role of Artificial Intelligence

Article from Dan Rodriguez at ImageMaster exploring the ways in which artificial intelligence is transforming public finance worldwide and the important legal questions its rise poses.

  • Webinars

Leadership Pathways to Leadership Series: MSRB Board Service

NABL members were invited to participate in the second segment of the Diversity Committee’s new Pathways to Leadership Series. View the webinar to learn more.

Buckingham Fountain and Skyscrapers in Chicago
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  • CLE Eligible

The Workshop 2024

Our annual education conference and business meeting held in Chicago, IL on September 18 – 20, 2024.

  • News

House Clears Updated NDAA with FDTA

On Thursday, the House of Representatives cleared a “pre-conferenced” version of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) that included an amended version of the Financial Data Transparency Act (FDTA). Here’s…

  • Webinars
  • CLE Eligible

Remote Workplace Issues: Ethics and Security Risks

A “new normal” has changed the workspace landscape for all types of organizations. This includes large and small law firms who are cutting back on office space as more attorneys…

  • Webinars

Ethics: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion – What is Implicit Bias? Its Effects on the Practice of Law and Practical Solutions [Workshop 2022]

America has been heralded as the great “Melting Pot”. However, over the years, studies have shown that we all have unconscious biases that unintentionally affect every aspect of our dealings…

  • Webinars

Ethics: Conflicts, Competence, and Confidentiality [Workshop 2022]

This panel includes public finance practitioners and legal practice liability insurer representatives discussing latest trends in how bond counsel can be exposed to professional liability. The panel features a practical…

Ethics: Ethics and Technology

The COVID-19 pandemic changed the way we practice as public finance practitioners and for most of us, it is the “new normal.” Law firms, both large and small, are significantly…