Legal Seminar 59

The only seminar designed specifically for electric cooperative legal professionals, this comprehensive two-day seminar provides inside and outside counsel and CEOs with the latest information on the most complex legal matters affecting electric co-ops.

Who Should Attend the Legal Seminar?

The Legal Seminar is for NRECA voting member employees, directors, consultants, and attorneys only. By registering for the Legal Seminar, you represent that you are one of these individuals and that you will not distribute or disclose information or materials from it to anyone other than these individuals.

Why Attend Legal Seminar?

  • Hear from leading industry experts in judicial, regulatory and legislative matters that are critical to the stability and legal standing of your co-op.

  • Connect with and learn from electric co-op lawyers from across the country facing similar challenges.

  • Build a lasting professional support network that will live beyond the seminar.

  • Earn valuable Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit hours, including the ethics requirement.

Registration Fees

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Monday, July 15 | 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

All Legal Seminar 59 attendees and their guests are invited to join ECBA for a three-course dinner at renowned Charleston restaurant Magnolias. Mingle, catch up, and get to know your colleagues better before getting down to business. Registration required.

Sponsorship Information

Engage with NRECA and our electric cooperative members face-to-face at our annual events. Sponsorship allows you to interact with decision-makers, gain visibility in the cooperative marketplace, generate awareness, introduce products and services, and build your brand. Only Associate Members can sponsor at the Legal Seminar.

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