NCLC Consumer Rights Litigation Conference
Thursday, October 25
Sunday, October 28
- By: National Consumer Law Center
- Time: 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
- Time Zone: Pacific Time (US & Canada)
Westin Seattle Hotel1900 Fifth AvenueSeattle, WAMap: maps.google.com
National Consumer Law Center
- Website: www.nclc.org
- Source: New York > Foreclosure
Consumer Rights Litigation Conference
October 25-28, 2012, Seattle, WA
REGISTER ONLINE FOR MAIN CONFERENCE AND INTENSIVE(S)
REGISTER ONLINE FOR INTENSIVE(S) ONLY
21st Annual Consumer Rights Litigation Conference: Over 17 hours of breakout sessions and plenaries, 57 courses, and top speakers for you to select from. NCLC's annual conference is the premier gathering of attorneys and advocates providing aggressive and professional representation for American consumers. Here you can:
•Learn the latest developments in consumer law from the country's leading experts
•Come away inspired and energized by the network of passionate advocates working for consumer justice
•Network with experienced professionals who share your interest in consumer law
•learn valuable insights and tips that will strengthen your practice
•Save money on NClC's publications with special conference discounts
•Earn CLE credits
It's your opportunity to build your practice representing consumers facing foreclosures, debt collection abuses, predatory lending, auto fraud, credit reporting, and more.
Schedule and Registration
•Thursday thru Saturday: Main Conference The main conference registration fee includes attendance at conference breakout and plenary sessions, the Thursday evening reception, Saturday Awards Luncheon, an online directory of preregistered attendees, and the bound conference book. Or, you may choose to opt-out of the bound conference book and save money by getting the online version. The main conference begins at 10:30 am Thursday and ends 4:50 pm Saturday. Additional fees are required for the Intensives. Register for both the MAIN CONFERENCE and an intensive and/or the Symposium.
•Thursday and Sunday: Consumer Law Intensives Intensive courses are offered in addition to the main conference and require additional fees. Many attendees go to the main conference and one or two intensives. Some choose to go only to the main conference, an intensive or the Consumer Class Action Symposium. Participation may be limited, so early intensive's registration is recommended.
Intensive 1: Consumer Rights Advocacy for Domestic Violence Survivors
(8:30 am - 4:45 pm)
Intensive 2: Starting a Consumer Law Practice: Nuts, Bolts, and Inspiration!
(8:50 am - 1:00 pm)
Class Action Symposium Cocktail Party is included in the price of
the Consumer Class Action Symposium. Those who would like to attend the party
but are not registered for the Symposium must pay a $65 fee to attend.
(6:30 pm - 8:30 pm)
CONSUMER CLASS ACTION SYMPOSIUM
(8:30 am - 4:00 pm)
REGISTER FOR INTENSIVE(S) ONLY
We strongly encourage you to register online. If you are unable to do so you can download a registration form and mail it with the payment to NCLC.
Scholarship Application: A limited number of partial scholarships to cover part of the registration fees are available from NCLC for nonprofit and legal services advocates, private attorneys, and assistant attorneys general. The application includes a statement of your financial needs, how you or your program will add to the diversity of the conference, and the benefits you expect to provide to low-income consumers as a result of attendance. Deadline to apply is August 13, 2012. For additional information email Jessica Hiemenz at firstname.lastname@example.org. To apply click here: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/crlc12scholarshipapp
•Transportation, Directions, and Parking Information (coming soon)
•Things to do in Seattle and Places to Eat (coming soon)
•Events and Conference Connections.
"The NCLC Annual Conference is the best investment a consumer practice can make in professional development, networking, and being ahead of best practices in consumer litigation and policy advocacy. There is no other national forum that even comes close to the training, support network, and peer networking that happens at the NCLC conference."
- 2011 CRLC Attendee