Madison, WI – The State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE® is hosting an international biotech conference, May 5-7, 2016, in Madison. The Biotech and the Law Conference – one of the first of its kind – will unite experts in science, business and law and will encourage those individuals to learn from each other, building a foundation for mutual success.
“This conference addresses the critical dimensions of the biotech ecosystem, science, law, policy and economics, and brings together the sectors that make it all happen,” said Attorney James Casey, one of the primary conference planners. “This is not your typical presentation-focused conference; it provides experiential opportunities, discussion and networking.”
For more information contact Katie Stenz, public relations coordinator, State Bar of Wisconsin. She can be reached at org kstenz wisbar wisbar kstenz org, or by phone at (608) 250-6025.
Much of the Biotech and the Law Conference will be held at Monona Terrace in Madison, with several options for attendees to participate in offsite programming at various locations around the city.
Speakers will include preeminent individuals from the federal government, leading research universities, top biotech businesses and national legal scholars.
“More than anything, this conference will enhance collaboration between lawyers and other players in the biotech sphere.” Casey said.
Conference Highlights Include:
· Moderated corporate discussions on the challenges and opportunities of conducting global business in the health care, environmental and agricultural industries.
· Hands-on experience in three real-life science labs, including a half day intensive workshop.
· Biotech excursions and showcases, as well as other opportunities to network with preeminent scientists, innovators and investors.
· Fourteen multijurisdictional continuing legal education credits, including one Ethics/Professional responsibility credit.
Early bird registration for the conference is now open and attendees who register before Jan. 31, 2016, will receive a $200 discount on their registration fee.
For more information on the Biotech and the Law Conference, visit biotechandthelaw.org.