August is a great time for CLE events, networking, and relaxation – now is the time to save your seat for these CLE workshops: the Family Law Workshop and Indian Law CLE.
June 21, 2023 – Two CLE events can help you boost your practice in August.
Now’s the time to register for the 42nd Annual Family Law Workshop and the 11th Annual Indian Law CLE.
Sturgeon Bay: Family Law Workshop is Aug. 10-12, 2023
The annual Family Law Workshop, hosted by the State Bar Family Law Section, is again being held in August at the Stone Harbor Resort in Door County.
The conference provides an opportunity to receive CLE credits in family law-focused programming along with an opportunity to socialize with family law practitioners and experts from around the state. Programming each day lasts for half a day, allowing attendees to spend the rest of the day exploring Door County.
CLE sessions include presentations on cross-examining experts, contempt in family law cases, and navigating issues related to small businesses in divorce, as well as the annual case law and legislative update.
Reserve Your Spot for the Family Law Workshop
To register for the conference:
Rooms are available at the Stone Harbor Resort in Sturgeon Bay. Please book early to reserve a spot: contact the Stone Harbor Resort directly at (877) 746-0700 or (920) 746-0700 and indicate you are part of a group room block under the State Bar of Wisconsin – Family Law Section.
Green Bay: Indian Law CLE is Aug. 17-18, 2023
Join practitioners in Indian law and those seeking to learn more about this broad field of practice for the 11th Annual Indian Law CLE at the Radisson Hotel & Conference Center - Oneida in Green Bay, Aug. 17-18, 2023.
Sponsored by the State Bar Indian Law Section, the conference includes a wide range of topics in Indian Law.
Three Ways to Register
Contact the Radisson Hotel & Conference Center at Oneida in Green Bay to reserve your room at (800) 333-3333 or (920) 494-7300. Reserve by July 26, 2023, for the best rate – be sure to mention you are with the Indian law meeting.