Who should attend the Atlas Lawyers Seminar?
Both experienced and new lawyers need to continually learn about the latest trends and find ways to do their jobs more effectively. Atlas Lawyers offers the perfect opportunity to soak up knowledge and network in a relaxed three-day seminar.
When and where will the next seminar be held?
The upcoming Atlas Lawyer Seminar will be held in St. Louis on Sept. 21-23. We are finalizing the dates and are hard at work developing the seminar program. Please look for updates in your inbox (be sure to sign up for emails) or our Atlas Lawyers LinkedIn page for updates. Additionally, Atlas Lawyers will secure special seminar attendee rates for accommodations.
How do I register?
Are sponsorships available?
The Atlas Lawyer Seminar offers a variety of opportunities for sponsors and exhibitors wishing to showcase their brand in a relaxed and collegial atmosphere. Those interested in sponsoring please contact Chris Munley at [email protected].
What precautions are the conference organizers taking to keep attendees safe on site?
We are closely monitoring the evolving situation with COVID-19 and will adhere to local and state regulations for all of our in-person activities. Stay tuned for more information on specific requirements for in-person participation.
What is the cancellation policy?
Seminar registration canceled 45 days prior to the event is refundable but subject to a $50 administrative fee. Registrants canceling within 45 days of the event will not receive a refund. Registration fees may be transferred to another individual; the invoice for the new registration will be revised to reflect the new registrant's membership status.
In the event Atlas Lawyers must cancel the seminar due to unforeseen circumstances, Atlas Lawyers will refund the cost of registration. However, Atlas Lawyers does not assume responsibility for any additional costs, charges, or expenses; to include, charges made for travel and lodging.
Unforeseen Circumstances Defined for Refund and Cancellation Policies:
Examples of such circumstances can include, but are not limited to, inclement weather or other natural disasters, site unavailability, technology challenges, and presenter absence.