NCBA CLUSA’s second annual Co-op Professionals Conference is less than a week away, but there’s still time to register and take advantage of this opportunity to earn up to 12 Continuing Legal Education and Continuing Professional Education credit hours. Click hereto view a full schedule of events and a breakdown of CLE/CPE credit hours.
Scheduled for November 9 – 11 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the Co-op Professionals Conference is your chance to join a growing community of legal and accounting professionals serving the co-op sector.
With advanced, in-depth discussions on co-op organization, governance, financing and taxation, attendees will become experts on the unique legal and accounting issues co-ops face. Registration includes conference materials and admission to all sessions, networking events and meals. NCBA CLUSA members pay $400; non-members pay $475.
Attendees new to the cooperative sector should plan to attend NCBA CLUSA’s Co-op 101 Primer on Monday, November 9, prior to the afternoon conference welcome and introduction. This session will also be relevant for conference attendees looking for a refresher on the basic structure and unique issues cooperatives face.