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Register for the Feb. 27 Municipal Law Institute’s Symposium

February 6, 2015
The 2015 Municipal Law Institute Symposium will be held on Feb. 27 and presented by the Municipal Law Institute of the League of California Cities® and the Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law.
This symposium is approved for five and a half hours of MCLE credits.

This year’s symposium will cover “Local Government in a Brave New World: Law Enforcement, Code Enforcement, and Public Agency Liability.” Public agencies have recently faced many new and challenging issues. Presenters will discuss issues arising from developing technology, including regulating businesses in the new “sharing economy” and balancing new technology with privacy concerns, particularly in the context of law enforcement. Additional topics are likely to include how public agencies have arisen from emerging jurisprudence in the areas of the Second Amendment and police and municipal liability.
The symposium will take place at Chapman University School of Law. The law school is situated 11 miles from John Wayne Airport in Orange County, one block from the lively Old Towne dining and shopping district in the city of Orange, and minutes from Disneyland.
It is important to register and make travel arrangements soon because there are a limited number of spaces for the conference.
Register online.
Chapman University School of Law has preferred rates at two hotels:
The Double Tree-Anaheim
100 The City Drive
Orange, CA  92868
(714) 634-4500
$139 per night plus tax
Book reservations online for Chapman preferred rates.
The Ayres Inn Orange
3737 West Chapman
Orange, CA 92868
(714) 978-9168
$105 per night plus tax

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