- What Do the CEO and GC Expect From Their Lawyers? A discussion with Debra Cafaro and Richard Riney of Ventas, Inc.
- "The Inner Workings of Activist Shareholders" featuring Northern Right Capital Management and Pershing Square Capital Management
- The return of the Delaware Mock Trial, presided over by Leo Strine, Chief Justice, Delaware Supreme Court
- A Conversation with Keith Higgins, Director, Division of Corporation Finance, SEC
The Ray Garrett Jr. Corporate and Securities Law Institute is the pre–eminent securities law conference in the Midwest. It is the only Midwest conference that brings together senior officials from the Securities and Exchange Commission and leading securities practitioners.
CLE credit is available for participants in most states with mandatory CLE requirements, including Illinois. Please direct specific questions regarding your CLE requirements to your state bar. Questions regarding Northwestern Law's accreditation process may be directed to Lori Sass, Assistant Director, External Partnerships, by phone at (312) 503–8932 or by e-mail.
About the Garrett Institute
The Ray Garrett Jr. Corporate and Securities Law Institute is designed to provide private practitioners and corporate counsel with a timely analysis of critical securities and corporate law issues, and developments confronting publicly and privately held corporations. The Institute was established in memory of Ray Garrett Jr., Chairman of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, a member of the faculty of Northwestern University School of Law, and a partner in the Chicago office of Gardner Carton & Douglas LLP.