Rates and Registration

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Note that the planning committee of the conference is currently and will continue to closely monitor and adhere to the current Shelter in Place (SIP) orders set by the County of Santa Clara. As such, we plan to host the 17th Annual Digital Economy Best Practices Conference on October 30, 2020, at Stanford Law School. You are invited to SAVE THE DATE for the conference, with the understanding that the situation may be different in October. In the meantime, the committee and the Law School will take the necessary steps to provide our registrants, invited speakers, and staff a safe and healthy learning environment.

Admission to the Stanford Digital Economy Best Practices Conference is at the discretion of the program directors. Historically, this event has filled 1-2 months in advance with little capacity for registration after that time. We advise registering early to ensure your participation. Registrations will be acknowledged promptly by e-mail. If you do not receive an acknowledgement within one hour of online application submission, please contact us by phone at (650) 723-5905 or send an e-mail inquiry to tech@law.stanford.edu.

Tuition covers admission to all panels and Keynotes, conference meals, and reading materials. Please see below for information about MCLE credit. Please note that travel and lodging costs are the responsibility of each participant.

Program Tuition

Individual Rates:
Early bird rate (ends 9/25/20) $995
General Registration $1,195
ACC members $650
Stanford Law, Science and Technology Affiliates $750
Stanford Law School Alumni $850

 

Group Rates (3 or more):
Early bird group rate (ends 9/25/20) $650
General group rate $750
ACC members group rate (3 or more) $550
Nonprofit organizations, government agencies or academic institutions (3 or more) $250

 

Students & Non-Profits:
Nonprofit Organizations, government agencies, or academic institution $350
Students* $100
Stanford Students* $70

To register at one of our discounted rates, please email tech@law.stanford.edu or call (650) 723-5905 to receive a registration code or for assistance.

* Students who are interested in attending should fill out this form to be added to the wait-list for this event. Student registration will open up as the event draws nearer.

Stanford LST Affiliate Program and Discounts

Participants referred (and given an affiliate code) by one of our affiliates may be entitled to a discount. On the registration form, please select “General with Code” as your participant type, and enter the discount code provided by the referring affiliate when prompted. Affiliate registrations are subject to approval. DISCOUNTS MAY NOT BE COMBINED (including Early Registration Discounts).

The Stanford LST Affiliates Program is comprised of corporations and law firms that serve as partners in developing LST programs. If you are a member of the Affiliates Program or are the client of an affiliate, you may qualify for a scholarship or a discount. For more information on the Affiliates Program, please contact us at tech@law.stanford.edu or call 650.723.5905.

Payment and Cancellation Policy

For General Registrants and General Registrants with Code: full payment must be received within 30 days of registration or by September 30, 2020, whichever comes first. Failure to submit payment will result in cancellation of your registration. Written notification of cancellation must be received prior to September 30, 2020, in order for credit vouchers to be issued (less the $50 processing fee).

You may designate a substitute attendee, subject to approval by the Directors of the Stanford Center for E-Commerce, or receive a credit applicable to most Stanford LST events offered by the Law School within 12 months. You may substitute at no cost before May 8, 2020. After that date, substitutions will be charged the $50 processing fee. All cancellations will be charged the $50 processing fee, regardless of the date and nature of the cancellation. Registrants canceling on or after May 15, 2020 forfeit the entire program fee.

California Continuing Legal Education(CLE) Credit

The State Bar of California has approved this program for MCLE credit. Certification from other states may be sought from other states; however, approved hours may vary. Contact your local bar for more information.

Contact US:
tech@law.stanford.edu or
(650) 723-5905

Program Disclaimer:
Program content and scheduled panelists are subject to change. Please check our website for regular updates and additional program details.