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InsideCounsel’s SuperConference Kicks Off

In-house counsel and other legal professionals gather to share legal department best practices.

Today and tomorrow, in-house counsel and other legal professionals are gathering at InsideCounsel’s 11th annual SuperConference (held at the Fairmont Chicago) to share experiences and gain insight from their peers through keynote addresses, breakout sessions and networking events.

This morning, the conference kicked off with a keynote address from Daniel Meltzer, story professor of law and vice dean for planning at Harvard Law School and former principal deputy white house counsel. Meltzer’s address was immediately followed by a keynote panel discussion by several high-profile general counsel about best practices in managing their boards.

Sessions and keynotes run through the end of the day tomorrow, and there is still time to register. For more information, visit SuperConference.

Check back on InsideCounsel.com for more stories about SuperConference, and follow InsideCounsel on Twitter @InsideCounsel and look for #SuperCon11.

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