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62 minutes
Campaign Finance Enforcement Trends: The Use of Public Resources and Other Hot Topics
Campaign financing and the rules surrounding it have come into the spotlight recently. Learn all about these rules and the regulation of campaigns, and get an understanding of some of the thorny issues troubling regulators and the public!

American Bar Association

$75

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International Political Influence and Corruption in Elections: Will Recent Events Lead to Stricter U.S. Regulation?
Headlines about international meddling in U.S. political affairs dominate the news. Investigations are underway, criminal indictments have been handed out, new legislation is being considered, and more inquiries are expected into whether foreign actors attempted to influence U.S. elections and officials in recent years through social media propaganda and undisclosed representation by foreign agents. Join our panel of leading political law experts and hear all about current U.S. laws and measures regulating foreign influence in the United States.

American Bar Association

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Hacking Elections: Cyber Threats, Vulnerabilities, and The Way Forward
This program will explore the threats and actions of U.S. adversaries against U.S. elections, current U.S. readiness, and what additional steps should be taken to address an issue in which we all have a stake.

American Bar Association

$115

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92 minutes
Key Legal & Ethical Risks Facing Non-Profit Leaders and Boards
Join our expert panel to learn about such essentials as safeguarding non-profit status; social media traps; and ethical issues for staff management and Boards of Directors.

American Bar Association

$115

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92 minutes
On the Docket: Previewing the 2017 Supreme Court Term
Moderated by Kimberly Atkins, the Chief Washington Reporter at the Boston Herald, this panel discussion will offer insights and analysis from experts on the United States Supreme Court term that begins in October 2017. The conversation will explore a variety of topics, including political gerrymandering, the intersection of freedom of religion and marriage equality, and privacy and the Fourth Amendment.

American Bar Association

$115

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92 minutes
Most Important Bid Protest Decisions of 2016
2016 was another busy year for bid protest litigation at the U.S. Government Accountability Office and the U.S. Court of Federal Claims. This program will highlight and discuss the most significant protest decisions issued by GAO and the COFC, including analysis of what these decisions mean for contractors and agencies seeking to navigate the complex federal procurement process in 2017.

American Bar Association

$115

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