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Now more than ever, PD professionals need to stay on top of current trends and best practices, as well as understand and advance their firm priorities. The 2013 Professional Development Institute will equip you to help your organization and your lawyers succeed in today's challenging environment. Through intensive educational programming and formal and informal networking opportunities, this annual two-day program provides comprehensive, timely, cutting — edge information for all involved in lawyer training and professional development.
The 2013 Professional Development Institute is a program you can't afford to miss if:
New to lawyer professional development?
The Professional Development Management Foundations course as a pre-conference workshop in conjunction with the PDI on Wednesday, December 11, 2013 from 3:30 to 6:30 pm at Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman (2300 N Street, NW). Newer PD professionals attending this optional workshop will learn how to keep pace with the daily demands of their PD roles, and get the fundamental skills required for all those responsible for lawyer PD. Newer PD professionals attending PDI can register for this workshop for just $75, or attend the Management Foundations course as a stand-alone program for only $150.
If you wish to register only for the Management Foundation please email email@example.com.
The Fairmont Washington, DC
2401 M Street, NW
Washington, DC 20037
Hotel Reservation Procedure
After completing your conference registration, a confirmation email will be sent to the email address specified in your registration. Attendees will be making their hotel reservation directly through the hotel with a link provided in the confirmation email. Hotel reservation confirmations will be sent directly from the Fairmont Hotel. Hotel rooms will not be reserved without a credit card. The cutoff date for the room block has been extended to November 10, or when the room block is filled up - whichever occurs first.