BCABA Trial Practice Seminar

The George Washington University Law School Government Procurement Law Program and the Boards of Contract Appeals Bar Association, Inc. will hold a Trial Practice Seminar on April 19, 2018.

This year’s topic is “The Boards in 2018:  How Technology is Changing Litigation from Rule 4 Files to Discovery.”

The two hour panel discussion will begin at 9 am in the George Washington University Law School Moot Courtroom, 2000 H Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. and feature a panel of judges from the Boards of Contract Appeals and practitioners.

Please refer to the 2018 BCABA Seminar Flyer for additional details, including registration information.  Registration is free but space is limited.

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Washington, DC 20035
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BCA Bar Journal
SUMMER 2017 EDITION
OF BCA BAR JOURNAL

The Summer 2017 edition of BCA Bar Journal (Vol. No. XXVII, Issue No. 1) is now available. It contains timely and informative articles for government contracts practitioners. BCA Bar Journal is one of the great benefits of membership in the Board of Contract Appeals Bar Association, Inc.

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