Today, March 31, is the last day to register for the Virtual Law Conference in New York City, April 3-4. Registration ends at 11:59 eastern time (8:59 Pacific). Your registration fee for the conference also covers entrance to the “Virtual Worlds 2008” conference (which runs concurrently) and all associated events. According to the organizers, over 1100 people have registered from over 600 companies. If you register today, the cost is $895. On-site registration (if there is still space) will be available starting at 7:30 AM the first day of the conference, and will cost $1295.
Virtually Blind is a media partner for the conference, and I am one of the conference advisors and co-chairs, along with attorney Sean Kane. The conference will be keynoted by Steve Mortinger (IBM Systems and Technology Group VP and Associate General Counsel). Steve will be discussing “The Top Ten Things a Brand Should Know about Virtual Worlds.” The conference will also feature panels and presentations on the biggest issues in virtual law. I know a lot of VB readers are already planning to be there, but just in case registration slipped your mind, now is definitely the time. See you in New York!
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