Important Announcement Regarding the MBC Seminar Scheduled for November 12, 2020

With the continued uncertainty about COVID regulations and guidelines for November, the board of the Mississippi Bankruptcy Conference has decided that the second half of our 2020 conference, scheduled for November 12, will be held virtually. The format will be the same as the August seminar and will provide another 6 hours of online, real-time CLE credit over the course of one day.

Please note, however, that the Commission on Continuing Legal Education will meet in October to determine whether to permit all 12 CLE hours for the 2020-2021 CLE year to be obtained virtually. As of now, only 6 hours may be virtual and the remainder must be in-person. We hope and expect that, given the circumstances, the CLE Commission (and subsequently the Mississippi Supreme Court) will approve a change to allow all 12 hours to be virtual. But, should they decide not to do so, the November 12 date will be postponed and the conference will be rescheduled for an in-person conference in early 2021.

With this contingency in mind, we plan to have a virtual seminar on November 12, 2020.  If this changes, we will update you all as quickly as possible.

Thank you for bearing with us this year.



Kim Bowling and Drew Norwood

Chairpersons, Mississippi Bankruptcy Conference 2020