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City Attorneys’ Track Features Municipal Law Topics and MCLE Credit During Annual Conference

July 8, 2019
The League’s City Attorneys’ Department will present its City Attorneys’ Track at the League of California Cities 2019 Annual Conference & Expo, scheduled Oct. 16 -18 at the Long Beach Convention Center.
 
The annual meeting will bring together over 1,800 California city leaders for a three-day educational and networking event aimed at providing attendees with insight into the challenges facing California cities and potential solutions to those challenges, as well as opportunities to deepen their relationships with others in similar fields.
 
The City Attorneys’ Track provides training on cutting-edge issues in municipal law. This year, topics include rent control, implementing redevelopment 2.0, and disclosure of police records. In addition, attendees will benefit from the regularly held litigation updates on general municipal law, municipal tort and civil rights law, labor and employment law, and land use law and CEQA. Because the League is an MCLE Provider approved by The State Bar of California, attendees may receive up to 11 hours of MCLE credit, including one hour of MCLE specialty credit for competency, for attending the City Attorneys’ Track. All conference attendees are welcome to attend City Attorneys’ Track presentations of interest.
 
Register by Aug. 14 and receive $50 off your conference registration with the early bird discount. A full conference registration includes access to educational sessions, Wednesday host-city reception, networking events, Thursday lunch with exhibitors, and the Friday closing luncheon. Member city full conference registrations start at $550 when you register before Aug. 14, or $600 when registering after. 

There are several fantastic properties for lodging this year around the Long Beach Convention Center. A limited number of hotel rooms are available at reduced rates for registered attendees; hotel reservation links will be sent in the conference registration email. Hotel reservations are only available online. 

Register early, as space is limited.
 
If you have any questions, please send an email to education@cacities.org.
 
Visit https://www.cacities.org/AC for more information.


 
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