Join us September 13-15 for a one-of-a-kind trademark conference











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A Different Kind of Trademark Conference

Alt Legal Connect is a different kind of trademark conference. Sign up now to join hundreds of your peers at this action-packed digital experience.

We called our conference “Connect” because it’s centered around meaningful networking and building mutually beneficial relationships, even from a distance. From the format to the speakers to the social events, we’ve built our conference to facilitate connection and learning.

Sessions will focus on two topics: substantive trademark law and law firm operations. Three days, eleven sessions, up to eight hours of CLE credit, and unlimited opportunities to connect with and learn from your peers will make this conference invaluable for you.


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Financial Aid

For attorneys in need, financial aid may be available for up to 75% of selected course fees. Financial aid is based upon attorney income verification, as follows: income up to $35,000: 75% discount; income $35,000 - $50,000: 50% discount; income above $50,000: no discount.

Please complete and submit this form prior to registering for Alt Legal Connect. If you have been approved for financial aid, we will issue you a personalized discount code.

What's Included

  • Inspirational keynotes

  • Access to fun and novel virtual networking and events

  • Time with Alt Legal's leadership, staff, and developers to get training and chat about your feature requests

  • Unique opportunity to network with leading trademark professionals

Everything about this virtual conference—from the platform to our line up of speakers and sessions—is purposefully chosen to give you the knowledge and connections you need to get and stay on top of your trademark game.

Our firm operations track will give you insights into how to make your firm more efficient and profitable. Our trademark practice track will delve into current trademark trends to keep you up-to-date on trademark law.

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