• 11.12.20Industrial Warehouse Sector - Distribution Systems and E- Commerce, 2020 Bernard O. Dow Leasing Institute, The University of Texas School of Law (Co-Presenter)
  • 11.12.20The Retailization of Healthcare, 2020 Bernard O. Dow Leasing Institute, The University of Texas School of Law (Co-Presenter)
  • 11.12.20Trends in Commercial Real Estate Lending, 2020 Bernard O. Dow Leasing Institute, The University of Texas School of Law
  • 11.12.20Successful Raises and Investor Considerations, Texas Life Science Venture Forum, Virtual (Moderator)
  • 11.05.20Licensing and Protection of Software and Databases: The Importance of Licensing Agreements and Protection Strategies in the Commercialization of Healthcare-Related Technologies, Healthcare & Life Sciences Legal Symposium hosted by WorkSpaces @ Texas Health CoLab, Webinar (Co-presenter)
  • 10.21.20Annual CLE for Board Certified Construction Lawyers CLE Course, Construction Law Foundation Texas (Virtual)
  • 10.20.20Academic Institutions Also Have Secrets: Avenues for Protecting Trade Secrets in Publish-or-Perish Environments, Association of University Technology Managers (AUTM), Webinar (Co-presenter)
  • 10.13.20Education Series: Navigating the New World, Texas Association of Builders Webinar (Moderator)
  • 10.13.20How to Land an Amazing Job Outside of OCI, SMU Law and Dallas Women Lawyers Association, University of North Texas School of Law, and Texas A&M University School of Law, Virtual (Panelist)
  • 10.08.20Ethics: Now that You’re Employed, Here's How to Avoid Stubbing Your Ethical Toe, The National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges Insolvency 2020 Virtual Summit

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