The Energy Bar Association 2021 Annual Meeting & Conference Call for Ideas is now open. Please share your ideas for sessions and keynote speakers specifically for the EBA’s 2021 Annual Meeting & Conference, and generally for other upcoming EBA meetings, that will help members stay on top of the latest trends and changes in the energy industry.
Please take a moment to share your proposed topic idea for discussion at an EBA Program through our online survey below. Consider the type of format that would be best for addressing your proposed topic idea and we encourage you to describe how the topic would embrace EBA's Diversity and Inclusion Statement.
Submit your ideas through the online survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/EBAIdeas2021
Submissions due by December 1, 2020
- The timeliness of the subject matter;
- Case studies that highlight value;
- Sessions that stress peer-to-peer networking and information sharing;
- Sessions that will be valued by specific market segments (e.g., gas, oil, southern, northwest) or emerging markets.
Got more than one idea? Don't hold back! You are not limited to one submission. We encourage you to promote innovative, creative ideas related to all aspects of energy law and various energy markets, with a focus on federal, state or international issues.
Please provide learning objectives and details to assist the Professional Education Council (PEC) with understanding the goal of your session idea.
We appreciate your contributions and look forward to reviewing your submission. For further information, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (202) 223-5625.
About the 2021 Annual Meeting:
Please join us for two days of discussions focused on all aspects of energy law, policy and trends scheduled for May 11-12, 2021. Attendees will include attorneys, energy professionals, and students active in all areas of energy law, including antitrust, international energy transactions, legislation and regulatory reform, electric utility regulation, alternative dispute resolution, finance and transactions, and environment and public lands at federal, state, and international levels.