| More than 80% of attendees are In-House Counsel
More than 65% of attendees are senior level or above
More than 80% In-House Counsel experts comprise our speaker faculty
Now in it's 17th year, SuperConference 2017 addresses today's legal issues facing companies by providing in-house counsel with timely insight and best practices from unsurpassed speakers and peers. Network with hundreds of contemporaries and legal service providers while discussing corporate legal trends, mandates, developments and strategies. DATES TO BE CONFIRMED - CHECK BACK SOON FOR UPDATES!
The SuperConference Series continues to offer the highest educational investment within a constructive learning and networking environment. CLE credits are offered in multiple jurisdictions. Illinois attorneys will have their credits reported directly to the state's CLE Board.
Who Attends In-House Innovates SuperConference?
Our comprehensive agenda will take a collaborative approach to arm legal professionals and their entire team with actionable tactics and education not available at other conferences. Learn what your peers are doing through interactive sessions and panel discussions.
SuperConference draws a senior level audience of 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)
•GC (general counsel)
•AGC (assistant general counsel) and Deputy GC
•Law Firm Senior Partners
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“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.”