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Call for Presentations


We are now accepting presentation proposals for the 2019 Community Association Law Seminar, Jan.23-26, at the Roosevelt Hotel, Waldorf Astoria in New Orleans, LA.


Submit a presentation proposal video. First-time Law Seminar presenters are strongly encouraged to submit presentation proposals in video format. In your video, please ​briefly describe your presentation topic, a suggested title and description, and a brief outline of session points to be covered.

*Past presenters are not required to submit a presentation proposal video.

  • Please include your first and last name in the video filename for identification purposes.
  • To submit your video, click on the SUBMIT VIDEO button below and you'll be directed to the Dropbox website.
  • Log in to the Dropbox website with the following credentials:  

                Username –

                Password – lawseminar18

  • Drag your video file into the Law Seminar 2018 Video Proposals folder to upload


  • June 10 - Submission deadline
  • September 22 - Presentations will be confirmed

The Ideal Panel – the committee is looking for a balanced panel:

  • Three speakers maximum (including moderator)
  • Variation of law firms and geographic location
  • Gender balance
  • Invite CCAL fellows to participate in a panel and/or review CCAL application – CCAL webpage

Suggested topics, but not limited to:

  • Security in communities
  • Master/sub association structures
  • Shared-use and reciprocal easements
  • In-depth case studies that detail thorough examination of a specific case
  • Fair Housing Act: hostile environments, pets, and reasonable inquiries
  • Challenging meetings
  • Parliamentary procedure
  • Ethics
  • Basics and benefits of the Uniform Acts
  • Fundamentals of community association law
  • Lawsuits and bar complaints against lawyers
  • Paralegal’s role in community association law practice
  • Lawyer’s role in director and manager training
  • Work-life balance
  • Best practices
  • Advanced transitional and drafting issues
  • Fiduciary duty​

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