Attending conferences provides dual benefits to lawyers: learning or keeping updated in a substantive area or industry, and business development. Both are critical to a successful practice. As a scholarly profession, and because most states mandate it, conference attendance is an excellent source for Continuing Legal Education (CLE), so it can be an effective use of funds. That being said, to get the most “bang for the buck,” think about how to maximum your conference attendance time.


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