Corporate counsel from Nike speak at a panel

Events & Programs

Columbia Law School Executive Education offers an array of innovative programs that draw on our academic excellence, distinguished faculty, and extensive resources. Law School faculty members lead the sessions, sharing their expertise as scholars and as professionals who also work, or have worked, in senior roles in government and in the private sector. Attendees also have the opportunity to gain specific technical skills in seminars taught by renowned industry leaders.

Past Events & Programs

General Counsel Forum

The General Counsel Forum: General Counsel of the Future will provide attendees the opportunity to learn from thought leaders about issues they face in their daily practice. This stimulating and interactive two-day program will explore what skills and tools general counsel will need to be the best counselor and leaders as the business and legal worlds evolve. Session Topics will include: leadership, data security and privacy, risk management, business strategy, and artificial intelligence and the law. 

Law Firms in the 21st Century

Columbia Law School will host a leadership summit for a select group of up and coming partners from the world's top law firms. The goal of this event - Law Firms in the 21st Century - is to bring together a select group of law firm partners, the leaders of tomorrow, who are typically engaged in the day-to-day practice of law and servicing of clients, to discuss the future of law firms and the profession.

Law and Technology: Legal Disruption Facing the Retail Field

Meet the legal challenges of a global landscape head on with constructive insights into topics such as the future of retail, the use of blockchain technology, data privacy, and anti-corruption compliance.

Innovation Revolution: Artificial Intelligence and the Law

Artificial Intelligence and the Law introduces attendees to Artificial Intelligence and how it is transforming the legal industry.

 

 

CLS Executive Education

Julia Miller

Assistant Dean for Executive Education and Non-Degree Programs

Professor Matt Waxman

Our programs, while grounded in scholarship, are also structured with an eye toward developing real world solutions.