Office of Continuing Legal EducationCampus Box #3380Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3380919.962.7815 (Phone)919.962.1277 (Fax)firstname.lastname@example.org
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Registration Fee: $425 (Participants at the Banking Institute receive a copy of the North Carolina Banking Institute journal, breaks, lunch on March 31, a networking reception on March 31, and breakfast on April 1st.)
Separate tickets for dinner and the Beischer Address on March 31 may also be purchased for $75.
The conference will be held at The Ritz-Carlton Charlotte, 201 East Trade Street, Charlotte, North Carolina.
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The UNC Office of Continuing Legal Education will report credit to the North Carolina State Bar Board of Continuing Legal Education after the program on behalf of attendees. This program has been approved for 8.25 General CLE credit hours from the NC State Bar.
If seeking credit outside of NC, please indicate the states in which you would like to receive credit on your registration form, and we will assist in that process. Payment of any out-of-state fees are the responsibility of the attendee.
Your registration entitles you to one copy of the North Carolina Banking Institute Journal. You may request additional copies of the Journal from email@example.com or by purchasing at the Institute. The journal will be published in March 2016 and contains articles by many of the speakers at the 2016 Banking Institute. The Journal also contains notes and comments on cutting edge issues of banking law prepared by UNC School of Law students.