Upcoming CLE Conferences or Lectures

The University of Washington School of Law hosts a number of seminars, symposiums and conferences designed to update the legal community and others on recent developments in the law, to assist in increased understanding of substantive areas of the law, and to provide opportunities to enhance legal skills for constituents of both the public and private sectors. Many of the Friday events listed below are part of the new UW Law "Second Friday CLE in Alaska" series, launched in October 2014. Lawyers licensed in Washington and Oregon may call in to the Alaska program for CLE credit, as may Alaska lawyers outside of Anchorage.

Friday, July 24

  • CASRIP High Technology Protection Summit

    Highlights of the 2015 High Technology Protection Summit include patent procurement strategies; patent licensing and litigation ethical issues; keynote speech by Justice Annabelle Bennett, Federal Court of Australia; and presentations by Prof. Randall Rader, Former Chief Judge of the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, Hon. Kazuhide Shimasue, IP Division, Tokyo District Court, Mr. Robert Stoll and Mr. Stephen Kunin, Former USPTO Commissioners. 10.25 CLE Credits (including 3.50 Ethics Credits) are pending in Washington.

    William H. Gates Hall 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM

    Register here.

Saturday, July 25

  • CASRIP High Technology Protection Summit

    Highlights of the 2015 High Technology Protection Summit include patent procurement strategies; patent licensing and litigation ethical issues; keynote speech by Justice Annabelle Bennett, Federal Court of Australia; and presentations by Prof. Randall Rader, Former Chief Judge of the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, Hon. Kazuhide Shimasue, IP Division, Tokyo District Court, Mr. Robert Stoll and Mr. Stephen Kunin, Former USPTO Commissioners. 10.25 CLE Credits (including 3.50 Ethics Credits) are pending in Washington.

    William H. Gates Hall 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM

    Register here.

Friday, October 16

  • Representing Children in Dependency Proceedings in Washington State

    "Representing Children in Dependency Proceedings in Washington State" will be a free training opportunity with CLE credit offered and will also be open to UW Law students in partial satisfaction of course work. Topics to be addressed will include: what attorneys for children can do for children of all ages in the dependency system; how to represent very young children; and the ethical dilemmas faced by attorneys for children.

    William H. Gates Hall 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

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