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2019 Community Association Law Seminar
January 23rd - 26th New Orleans

CAI's Community Association Law Seminar is brought to you by the College of Community Association Lawyers (CCAL).
The program is developed each year as part of CCAL's commitment to advancing the knowledge and practice of community association law.

Attorneys and Lawyers Meeting

Who Should Attend the CAI Law Seminar?

Attorneys, Property Lawyers, Insurance Professionals, CEO's, Industry Leaders. The Law Seminar is a one-of-a-kind event exploring trends and practices in association law for attorneys, management professionals and other industry leaders. The seminar programming is intended for community association lawyers, however other professionals benefit from advanced content at the education sessions.

After attending CAI's Law Seminar you will be better prepared to deal with the pressing issues facing condominium and homeowner associations today. Know how to plan for the next five years in the practice of association law. Have a valuable, supportive network of colleagues around the country and receive a copy of the Law Seminar proceedings on CD to use as a reference.

Get expert advice and learn about the latest developments on topics that include Aging in place, Ethics, Tax law and exemptions, Alternative dispute resolution, Fair debt collection practices, Associations in the media, Mixed-use communities and more.

Mitch Landrieu, Mayor of New Orleans and Kenote Speaker

Wayne Hyatt Lecture Series with The Hon. Mitch Landrieu, Mayor of New Orleans

Sponsored by Burg Simpson Eldredge Hersh Jardine PC

Voted America's top turnaround mayor in 2016 for leading efforts on public health, infrastructure, and gun violence, Mitch Landrieu, a two-term mayor of New Orleans, has been named as the Wayne Hyatt Lecture Series keynote speaker for the upcoming 2019 Community Association Law Seminar in New Orleans, Jan. 23–26.

As New Orleans' mayor, Landrieu inherited a city crippled by Hurricane Katrina. He was able to secure billions in federal funding for schools, hospitals, parks, and critical infrastructure to help New Orleans become one of the nation's great comeback stories. During his second term as mayor, Landrieu was awarded the prestigious John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Award for advocating for and overseeing the removal of four Confederate monuments in New Orleans.

Louisiana's 51st lieutenant governor from 2004 to 2010 prior to becoming New Orleans' mayor, Landrieu also spent many years as a representative in the state's legislature. He will share highlights from his many years' experience as a legislator and lawyer with Law Seminar attendees.

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