Upcoming Events


Qui Tam Section: [VIRTUAL] False Claims Act Today – Eastern District of Texas
Date: January 21, 2021
Location: Online
Description: Hosted by the FBA’s Qui Tam Section, often in cooperation with local FBA chapters, “The False Claims Act Today” is a discussion series that examines the details of real-life FCA practice in specific jurisdictions. Sessions typically focus on a single federal district and feature an experienced local panel that includes an Assistant U.S. Attorney for the district; a federal judge

Tax Law Section: Practice & Procedure Roundtable - Update on Criminal Tax Enforcement Matters
Date: January 21, 2021
Location: Online
Description: This roundtable will discuss the current state of various criminal tax matters and provide an update on recent developments with respect to IRS enforcement priorities. The panelists will also give a brief overview of the structure and workings of the IRS’s Criminal Investigation division.

Law Student Series: LGBTQ+ Careers
Date: January 22, 2021
Location: Online
Description: This webinar will feature members of the Board of the LGBTQ+ Law Section, who will provide perspectives on how they obtained their current roles, their career paths since graduating, and what it means to be a LGBTQ+ legal practitioner.  The panel will also feature a discussion of what it means to practice LGBTQ+ law through pro bono legal work and involvement in the LGBTQ+ community more broadly.

Webinar: How to Host a Zoom Brown Bag Lunch with Your Local Judges
Date: January 26, 2021
Location: Online
Description: FBA members who attend this webinar will be able to easily put together webinars. Our case study is how to host brown bag lunches with local judges. FBA San Diego Chapter President David Finn will show you how to how to create a Chapter website that allows you to create, promote, and benefit from hosting virtual educational events on Zoom.

2021 Civil Rights Étouffée [Virtual]
Date: January 28 — 29, 2021
Location: Online
Description: The Civil Rights Étouffée is the signature CLE event produced by the FBA’s Civil Rights Law section. Typically we host this event in New Orleans, but this year will gather on the ‘net and do our best to preserve a NOLA “state of mind” as we explore eight panels on cutting-edge areas of civil rights law and ethics issues of the moment.

Webinar: The Capitol Hill Chapter's Quarterly Supreme Court Update
Date: February 1, 2021
Location: Online
Description: Join us for this quarter’s Supreme Court update from Supreme Court practitioners Charlie Dameron, Caroline Flynn, and Blake Stafford. Charlie, Caroline, and Blake have experience clerking with the Court and federal courts of appeals, briefing cases argued before the Justices, and preparing frequent and repeat players for oral arguments, in addition to myriad fantastic experiences.

Webinar: Holocaust and the Rule of Law
Date: February 5, 2021
Location: Online
Description: Michael Taylor participated in the French Resistance and the Polish Refugee Resistance during World War II. He will speak about how the Holocaust came about within the rule of law as well as his role as a French Resistance and Polish Refugee Resistance fighter. 

2021 Fashion Law Conference [Virtual]
Date: February 8 — 12, 2021
Location: Online
Description: This year's Fashion Law Conference will deliver five educational panels over the course of the week. Tune into these timely discussions with our industry speakers each day to take full advantage of this program.

2021 Qui Tam Conference [Virtual]
Date: February 17 — 19, 2021
Location: Online
Description: Join the FBA’s Qui Tam Section for a three-day virtual conference from Feb. 17 to Feb. 19, 2021. Programming will start each day at 12:00pm ET, kicking off on Day One with a keynote from Sen. Chuck Grassley, an architect of the False Claims Act (FCA) in its modern form and the force behind numerous other whistleblower laws.

2021 Labor and Employment Law Conference [Virtual]
Date: February 26, 2021
Location: Online
Description: The Labor and Employment Law Section’s biennial conference returns virtually on February 26. This abbreviated half-day program will feature compelling and timely topics of interest to practitioners.