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Trust and Estate Conference

Videos On Demand

Videos On Demand are available for purchase for the USC Gould School of Law 46th Annual Trust and Estate Conference. Click here for complete program information.

Videos On Demand Fees

  • $349 - Standard Registration
     
  • $249 - Paralegals Registration
     
  • $249 - Government Employee Registration
    (Must be currently employed by a government agency.)

To purchase Videos On Demand, click here

You must use the registrant's email address to register Videos On Demand online. Registants who have attended any of our past events may already have an account associated with their email address. You can use the password reset link on the log-in page to reset the password, or email cle@law.usc.edu for further assistance.

Note: If you previously registered for the 46th Annual Virtual Trust and Estate Conference live broadcast on November 13, Videos On Demand are included with your registration and you should not purchase them again.

Videos On Demand Fee Includes

Video On Demand Purchases include access to session videos and a downloadable copy of the Institute Syllabus. The Institute Syllabus is an up-to-date volume of outlines, articles, essays, briefs and other practical materials prepared by our speakers.

CE Credit

MCLE credit (including Specialization) is available for watching the Videos On Demand. CPE, CFP and CTFA credit is NOT available for watching Videos On Demand and is only available to those that watched and participated in the LIVE broadcasts.

Cancellations

All registrations and purchases are final and non-refundable.

Questions?

Email the Continuing Legal Education office at cle@law.usc.edu with any questions.



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