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Corporate Counsel Institute

 Organization

The Corporate Counsel Institute has been held annually since 1962 by the Northwestern University School of Law, with the cooperation and support of the Institute on Continuing Education of the Illinois State Bar Association, the Chicago Bar Association, and the American Bar Association. Traditionally, the Institute is held during two days in October.  The objective of the Corporate Counsel Institute is to provide corporate counsels and private attorneys in corporate practice with a forum for expert analysis of legal issues of special interest and importance to those in the field of corporate law. In addition to formal presentations exploring current legal topics, the Institute provides opportunities for informal discussion of mutual problems and concerns among corporate counsels.  The papers presented at the Institute are published in annual proceedings.

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

Records of the Corporate Counsel Institute

 Collection
Identifier: 17/17
Abstract The objective of the Corporate Counsel Institute is to provide corporate counsels and private attorneys in corporate practice with a forum for expert analysis of legal issues of special interest and importance to those in the field of corporate law. The records in this series fill six boxes and are comprised of correspondence, planning committee meeting minutes, speaker biographies and presentation outlines, financial statements and budgetary records, topic questionnaires, registrant lists,...