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Trust and Estate Conference

November 22, 2019
The Westin Bonaventure Hotel
Los Angeles

For over 40 years, USC Gould’s Trust and Estate Conference has a proven track record of teaching practical and realistic solutions to everyday and unexpected problems.

With over 500 registrants, the Conference allows professionals to learn from both the speakers and their professional colleagues in attendance. The Conference is specially tailored for trust, estate planning, probate and elder law professionals including attorneys, paralegals, trust officers, accountants, financial institution executives, private professional fiduciaries, wealth management professionals, fiduciary officers, underwriters and insurance advisors. Speakers typically share "how to" techniques and forms used in their practices.

Attendees are provided with practical syllabus materials in both print and electronic formats, including an annually-updated Trust and Estates Directory of Los Angeles, Orange and San Diego counties. CE units are available for lawyers, accountants, financial planners and professional fiduciaries. Legal specialization credits are available in Taxation Law and Estate Planning, Trust and Probate Law. Please call the USC Gould Continuing Legal Education office at (213) 821-3580 with any questions about the Conference.

Planning is currently underway for the 2019 Conference. Please check back for future programming details as they become available.

Sponsorship Opportunities

There are many opportunities to sponsor the 45th Annual Trust and Estate Conference, including the sponsorship of meals, receptions, breaks and give away items. Basic Sponsorship starts at $3,000 and includes ticketing, publicity, exhibiting and other benefits depending on sponsorship level. Let us tailor your sponsorship opportunity to best serve your needs. Click here for more information.

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