ABCs of Banking Law

Tuesday, March 26, 2024, 8:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Moore & Van Allen, Charlotte, NC

The University of North Carolina School of Law’s Center for Banking and Finance is proud to sponsor the ABCs of Banking, a continuing legal education program that focuses on the basics of banking law for lawyers. The Institute is designed to provide the highest quality CLE on cutting-edge issues related to banking law.

This program introduces the banking law regulatory structure. It is designed for young attorneys and those who desire a basic framework in banking law, including in-house bank attorneys who do not work directly on bank regulatory issues, and business lawyers who want to understand how banking law impacts the banks with which their clients interact.

The mission of the Center for Banking and Finance is to play a leadership role in the continual evolution of the financial services industry by studying the legal and policy issues related to banking and finance, advancing the teaching of banking and finance (including the professional development of law students interested in careers in banking and finance), and sponsoring conferences for banking industry professionals. The Center provides a variety of support to banking lawyers nationwide.

The ABCs of Banking Law has been approved for 7 hours of general CLE from the North Carolina State Bar.

Learn more about the Center for Banking and Finance here.

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