A conference designed for newer (0-10 year) attorneys and those looking to begin representing clients in energy litigation matters, in particular oil and gas matters. This program complements the 18th Annual Energy Litigation Conference the next day, which focuses on issues geared to all attorneys, but especially for very experienced energy litigators.
- $260 - Regular Registration Fee
- $195 - IEL Advisory Board Member
- $195 - IEL YEP Member
- $195 - IEL Supporting or Sustaining Member Employee
- $195 - CAIL Member or Member Employee
- $195 - In-House Counsel
- $150 - Government Employee
- $50 - Law Professor
- $75 - Full-time Student
Register for the 18th Annual Energy Litigation Conference November 14 at the same time for only an additional $250.
The cost of housing is not included in tuition. However, rooms (in limited number) have been reserved at the Houston CityPlace Marriott at Springwoods Village, 1200 Lake Plaza Dr, Spring, TX 77389. Registrants should call 1 (800) 228-9290 or (281) 350-4000. If asked, the code for the block is IEL. So long as rooms remain available in the block, the reduced room rate of $189, plus taxes and fees, will be available. The last day to obtain this special rate is October 21, 2019.
Dates available: Nov. 12 and Nov. 13, 2019, other nights may be available depending on hotel availability
All IEL conferences are held under the Chatham House Rule. Participants, including journalists, are free to use any information received, but comments may not be attributed to any speaker identiﬁ ed by name or affiliation.
If you require a letter of invitation to obtain a visa for this conference, payment of the registration fee must first be made. If you apply and do not receive a visa, please send us a copy of the rejection letter from the consulate, and we will cancel your registration and issue a refund. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
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