The College of Community Association Lawyers (CCAL) Law Seminar Planning Committee is seeking speakers to present progressive and innovative sessions at the 2020 Community Association Law Seminar scheduled for January 15-18, in Las Vegas.
The Law Seminar Planning Committee conducts a call for presentations seeking CAI's network of community association lawyers and leading industry experts to submit proposals to be among elite education program presenters at the event. If you have a new way of tackling a challenge, a unique approach to a situation, or a forward-thinking perspective on legal issues, the Planning Committee wants to hear from you.
CAI's Law Seminar provides a unique learning opportunity to discuss emerging trends and legislative issues important to the practice of community association law—as well as excellent opportunities for professional networking. Presenting at the CAI Law Seminar provides attorneys the opportunity to showcase their knowledge of the evolving field of community association law in front of hundreds of their industry peers.
Community association law is changing, and our estimated 600 attendees will be looking for cutting edge education programs providing substantive, expert-level education sessions.
When submitting your presentation request, please remember:
Timeline for submissions and approval:
Submit a written presentation proposal. A written manuscript is required for submission to explain the substance of the presentation.
*Past presenters only
>>Questions? CCAL staff liaison Phoebe Neseth can help you focus your presentation submission.
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.
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