In-House Innovates SuperConference
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Earn up to 14.5 CLE credits (including 2.5 Ethics Credits)!

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More than 80% In-House Counsel experts comprised our speaker faculty.
More than 80% of attendees were In-House Counsel.
More than 65% of attendees were senior level or above. 

What is In-House Innovates SuperConference?

Now in it's 16th year, the Annual SuperConference is a legal conference that addresses the current legal issues facing today’s businesses and provides in-house counsel with real-world examples and usable take-aways from speakers and peers to help them do their jobs more efficiently and effectively. SuperConference has continuously offered the highest educational investment within a constructive learning and networking environment. CLE credits will be offered in multiple jurisdictions and IL attorneys receive the benefit of receiving credits. Network with hundreds of peers and legal service providers and hear strategies to tackle corporate legal issues that are top-of-mind concerns and return to your office with practical and useful advice!

Who Attends In-House Innovates SuperConference?

SuperConference draws a senior level audience of senior-level in-house counsel from Fortune 1000 and multi-national companies in the US. While the event is focused toward senior-level in-house counsel, given the issues and nature of the content, SuperConference also draws participation from non-legal C-Suite executives as well as law firm senior partners. Job functions include:

• CLO (chief legal officer)
• GCs (general counsels)
• AGCs (assistant general counsels) and Deputy GCs
• Law Firm Senior Partners
• Attorneys
• Corporate Executives

Attendee Testimonials

“Excellent presentation. I could have sat through another 1 1/4 hours. Informative and relevant.”

“Best panel I’ve seen. The panelists were very engaging, interesting, and they each had a unique perspective and complimented each other well.”

“I appreciated the candor of their advice. It provided a “real” perspective using hypotheticals to elaborate or further explain their points. Excellent way to prove the point.”