Class Actions National Institute October 24-25, 2012

The National Law Review is pleased to bring you information about the upcoming ABA Class Actions National Institute:

Attendees of the program will:

  • Gain practical knowledge on how judges view class-action lawsuits
  • Review class-action lawsuits in the Supreme Court
  • Learn trial techniques to sharpen their skills as class-action litigators

Who should attend?

  • Attorneys who litigate class-action lawsuits
  • In-house counsel and litigators interested in learning about the current state of class actions, including recent Supreme Court class-action decisions
  • Lawyers who litigate class-certification motions


October 24 – 25, 2012


  • Sax Chicago
  • 333 N Dearborn St
  • Chicago, IL, 60654-4956
  • United States of America

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