Friday, February 25, 2011
8:30 a.m. until 5 p.m.
USC School of Law Auditorium
The South Carolina Journal of International Law & Business invites you to attend our 2011 Symposium, South Carolina’s Job Search: A Look at Business Incentive Programs on Friday, February 25, 2011.
South Carolina was recently chosen as the home for several major corporation sites, including the new Boeing plant in Charleston, the Adidas Distribution Center in Spartanburg, and the new Amazon facility in Lexington. South Carolina also continues to house the nation’s first and only BMW Production Center.
The recent influx of major corporations has drawn significant attention to South Carolina and earned it the honor of being ranked the #1 state in the country for economic growth potential in 2010 by Business Facilities.
As a result, business incentive programs and the correlating legal issues are especially pertinent to the South Carolina legal community right now. Our goal for the 2011 Symposium is to contribute to the scholarly discussion of incentive programs and their place in a delicate business climate, and we invite you to be a part of this exciting event.
Schedule at a Glance
- Leighton Lord III (Nexsen Pruet)
- Jeffrey G. “Jeff” Ruble (CED, Director of Business Recruitment, SC Power Team)
- Professor Robert Greenbaum (The Ohio State University, John Glenn School of Public Affairs)
- Professor Sherry Jarrell and Brendan Fox (Wake Forest University School of Business)
- J. Neal Robbins (Robbins Kreider)
- George Wolfe (Nelson Mullins)
- Daniel Young (Department of Commerce)
- Ray Jones (Parker Poe)
- Ray Stevens (former Director of SC Department of Revenue 2006-2010)
- Tushar Chikhliker (Nexsen Pruet)
- Stephanie Eames (Nexsen Pruet)
The registration fees include symposium materials and refreshment breaks. The 2011 Symposium has been approved for 6.75 hours of CLE. Please have your SC Bar number available when you sign in at the event.
No refunds are available for paid registrations, and substitutions are accepted at any time.
- $78.38 regular*
- $52.25* discounted for USC School of Law alumni and public service and government employees
- USC faculty and students may attend at no charge; however, they must register so we can be prepared with food and materials
*Includes convenience fee for processing online
Registration is appreciated by February 18, 2011.
Jael Gilreath, Journal Editor