Endorsed Event: ABA International Law Section Conference: The Future of Energy Across the Americas

Tuesday, February 27 - Friday, March 1, 2024
University of Houston, Hilton Hotel
Houston, TX

Online registration is not available at this time.

AIEN is pleased to be a cooperating entity for the American Bar Association's "The Future of Energy Across the Americas: Helping Lawyers Predict and Adapt" conference. Join in Houston to connect with hundreds of international attorneys from some of the most distinguished law firms, energy companies, and governmental institutions worldwide. They will explore current issues in energy and cutting-edge strategies to address them.

The four-day conference will be held from February 27 to March 1, 2024, at the Hilton University of Houston, with two full days of programming on February 28-29 and optional networking opportunities throughout the conference dates. Registrants will have ample opportunities to network, learn, and engage with hundreds of international attorneys from some of the most distinguished law firms and energy companies worldwide.

AIEN Members receive the member rate. Please email events@aien.org for the coupon code.

Conference Highlights Include:

• Two full days of energy law programming including hot topic areas in renewables, hydrogen, diesel, and climate change.
• Welcome reception at the new John M. O’ Quinn Law building on the University of Houston Law Center campus.
• Traditional Texas barbecue at the Armadillo Palace Restaurant.
• An evening at the Houston Rodeo including a full concert and other live entertainment.
• A day at NASA Space Center Houston with a presentation on the future of energy.
• Fireside chat with a NASA astronaut and in-house counsel.

For more information and to register, please click here.

AIEN is informing you of this event on the basis that it may be relevant and of potential interest to you, however this is not an AIEN-organized event. The views expressed at this event do not necessarily represent the views of the AIEN or any of its Members and the AIEN disclaims any liability whatsoever in this regard.