Registration Information

Please note: The health and safety of our community and members is the top priority for both Stanford University and the National Venture Capital Association (NVCA), and rapidly evolving events surrounding COVID-19 (also called novel coronavirus) have raised concerns around large-scale gatherings. In compliance with guidance released yesterday by Stanford, and in accordance with health guidance from the CDC, WHO, and other health authorities as well as decisions implemented by many large corporations such as Facebook, Microsoft and Google regarding their events, we have made the difficult decision to reschedule the Stanford•NVCA Venture Capital Symposium.  We will follow up with details about the rescheduled event as soon as they are available.

We realize that this news may bring mixed reactions, and we are also deeply disappointed that we will not have the opportunity to welcome you to campus next week for what was gearing up to be a spectacular event. We are incredibly grateful for the hard work of the Stanford Law School Programs team and the staff at NVCA who have worked tirelessly to plan and organize this event. We thank the members of the Symposium Steering Committee, sponsors Deloitte and Morgan Stanley, and anchor VCs Andreessen Horowitz and Benchmark for their support and leadership on this program. We are also grateful to all of you who rearranged your schedules to join us as speakers and participants – we hope to have the opportunity to reengage on the critical topics we had planned to discuss at a future date

We will be in touch soon with information about the rescheduled event, and we appreciate your patience and understanding in the meantime. If you have questions, please email rockprograms@law.stanford.edu.


Please note that the Stanford•NVCA Venture Capital Symposium is limited to members of VC firms or corporate venture groups (e.g. partners, principals, associates, analysts, EIRs, GCs, etc.) and board members, senior executives or GCs of venture-backed companies, including CEOs/founders and independent directors. Admission to the Symposium is open only to qualified participants as determined by the program co-directors.

General Tuition Rates
$2,100.00 Early Bird Price (on or before December 31, 2019)
$2,500.00 Full Price (after January 1, 2020)

Tuition covers admission to all sessions; attendance at the opening dinner; event meals; access to the 2020 Venture Capital Symposium supplemental reading materials; and a formal certificate of completion.

NVCA Members: Enter the code “NVCA” during registration to receive 10% off the current tuition rate.
Stanford Students, Faculty, and Alumni: Enter the code “STANFORD” during registration to receive 10% off the current tuition rate.

Group Tuition
$1,800.00 Per Attendee – Group rates are available to companies who wish to send three or more of their investors, directors or executives to the program. For more information or to receive the group registration code, please call the Stanford Rock Center at (650) 723-6229 or e-mail ksavelle@law.stanford.edu.

Payment Policy
Full payment must be received at the time of registration.

Cancellation Policy
No refund or credit after February 21, 2020. If cancellation is done before February 21, 2020, you may apply credit for next year’s event. If you need to cancel your participation in this year’s Symposium, please submit your request to rockcenter@law.stanford.edu to begin the process.

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

Questions?

For substantive questions and information about the Stanford•NVCA Venture Capital Symposium, please contact:
Kristen Savelle
Managing Director, Stanford Rock Center for Corporate Governance
ksavelle@law.stanford.edu
(650) 723-6229

For questions and information regarding registration, program, and logistics, please contact:
Stanford Law School Programs
programs@law.stanford.edu
(650) 725-5905