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. 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.
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.
As a community association law professional, staying current on the effects of future trends and legislative issues is vital to your practice. Advance your knowledge on the hottest emerging topics, including the impact of legislative trends; fair debt collection practices; nuances of the Fair Housing Act, case law analysis; and more.
As a Law Seminar attendee, you’ll get top-notch, real-world education and updates that you can apply to your daily community association law practice as soon as you return home.
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Charles Marohn, known as "Chuck" to friends and colleagues, is the Founder and President of Strong Towns and the author of the forthcoming Strong Towns: A Bottom-Up Revolution to Rebuild American Prosperity. He is a Professional Engineer (PE) licensed in Minnesota and a land use planner with two decades of experience. He holds a bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering and a Master of Urban and Regional Planning, both from the University of Minnesota.
Marohn is also the lead author of Thoughts on Building Strong Towns — Volume 1, Volume 2 and Volume 3 — as well as the author of A World Class Transportation System. He hosts the Strong Towns Podcast and is a primary writer for Strong Towns’ web content. He has presented Strong Towns concepts in hundreds of cities and towns across North America. He was named one of the 10 Most Influential Urbanists of all time by Planetizen.
Marohn is a long-time commentator on KAXE Northern Community Radio. He currently co-hosts KAXE's Dig Deep program, a monthly examination of public policy issues affecting Minnesotans.
Chuck grew up on a small farm in Central Minnesota. The oldest of three sons of two elementary school teachers, he joined the Minnesota National Guard on his 17th birthday during his junior year of high school and served for nine years. In addition to being passionate about building a stronger America, he loves playing music, is an obsessive reader and religiously follows his favorite team, the Minnesota Twins. Chuck and his wife live with their two daughters in their hometown of Brainerd, Minnesota.
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