Venu Inc., the producer of the 25th Annual Aviation Law & Insurance Symposium, has announced Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University will host the Silver Anniversary event. The dates for the upcoming 2014 symposium are Jan. 8 – 10, 2014, with an Aviation Law Certification Review Course conducted by the Aviation Law Committee of the Florida Bar Association on Sat., Jan. 11, 2014. The Symposium and review course will take place at the Ritz-Carlton Grande Lakes, Orlando, Fl.
The Embry-Riddle Aviation Law & Insurance Symposium is a prestigious educational venue attracting preeminent aviation law and insurance professionals who participate in dialogue relevant to this unique segment of the aviation industry. The symposium is designed for aviation attorneys, insurance agents, litigation and safety experts, consultants, corporate aviation managers and risk-management professionals. Additionally, a select group of exhibitors representing a diverse range aviation support services are invited to exhibit.
The Symposium is structured around high-value aviation topics presented by internationally recognized experts utilizing multimedia presentations, panel discussions and a keynote address. The intense learning environment is set against the elegant and relaxed resort atmosphere of the Ritz-Carlton/J.W. Marriott complex. Social networking opportunities include both formal and informal settings, such as the annual golf tournament, an invitation-only speaker’s dinner, opening cocktail reception and the Gala Dinner.
The Gala Dinner features a cocktail reception, elegant chef’s cuisine and keynote address. The evening culminates in the presentation of the Cecile S. Hatfield Award for Excellence in Aviation Law honoring a worthy industry professional.
Accreditations for up to 19 hours of Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits are available to Florida attorneys attending the symposium. Attorneys in attendance from outside Florida may also apply for CLE credits by submitting the specific requirements of their respective governing authority. Florida attorneys attending the aviation certification review course may also earn an additional 7 hours CLE credit.
Registration for the event is open, and individuals may sign up by visiting www.alisymposium.com and clicking on any of the registration buttons. Advance registration is $625.00. After Dec. 2, registration rates increase to $695. On-site registration is $750. The registration fee includes symposium materials, coffee breaks, continental breakfasts, welcome reception, luncheons, the Gala Dinner and much more.
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