[tweetmeme source=”Intellogist” only_single=false]Now is the time to sign up for our October Advanced Courses program! We are back at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas from October 7-9, 2011 with a great line-up of 8 three-day and one-day courses, including:
And on top of a curriculum that sets the industry standard for patent education, you can’t beat our room rate of only $179 per night. (The current average room rate at Caesars Palace during our program is $499 per night!)
Take advantage of our incredible $179 per night room rate at Caesars Palace.
Finally, an October Advanced Courses Networking Reception will take place on October 7, sponsored by Patent Workbench™ from Landon IP.
You can find out more details about this program at our October Advanced Courses program webpage.
And don’t forget — PRG’s Advanced Courses are an amazing value — our tuition rates have remained unchanged since 2005! If you’re a Loyalty Program member, you’re actually paying less today.
Sign up today so you don’t miss out! Use the links below to:
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[tweetmeme source=”Intellogist” only_single=false]PRG’s next 2011 Patent Bar Review course is being offered from September 12-16, 2011 in Newport Beach, CA (Orange County).
Radisson Hotel Newport Beach: the location of the September Patent Bar Review course for PRG.
It’s not too late to register, but it will be soon, so sign up today!
PRG is 100% focused on patent law and our industry-leading Patent Bar Review Course is 100% focused on helping you to pass the latest version of the exam.
After the course, you’ll benefit from ExamWareTM, our highly-acclaimed patent exam preparation software (now easily accessible online!), and other study tools designed to position you for a successful exam experience. ExamWareTM and all of our classroom materials and other resources have been updated for the new exam.
The results speak for themselves. 100% of our 2010 attendees gave our course an overall rating of Excellent or Good, and our students have a pass rate that is 20 percentage points higher than the historical USPTO average.
Interested in attending the September 2011 Patent Bar Review course in Newport Beach? Use the links below to:
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