Workshops are categorized by subject matter to assist those attendees who are interested in focusing on a specific educational track.
What to Expect: Roundtables vs. Presentations
A workshop presentation is a traditional didactic presentation featuring 1-3 speakers followed by a brief audience Q&A.
A roundtable discussion brings together conference participants to talk about a specific topic of interest. Moderators will be in attendance to keep things running smoothly, however, all attendees are encouraged to actively participate in the discussion. Come prepared to share your opinions, new ideas, strategies, questions, best practices, and more!
Continuing legal education, also known as mandatory or minimum continuing legal education or, in some jurisdictions outside the United States, as continuing professional development, consists of professional education for attorneys that takes place after their initial admission to the bar.
The ICA is proud to offer specific sessions for CLE credit. Sessions are noted in the program with the Law track, green icon. Attorneys must sign-in and complete the appropriate forms and evaluation to receive CLE credit. CLE Credit is managed and sponsored by Wilson Elser, Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker.