LIVE FROM NEW YORK
It’s the NAALJ Annual Conference
Can’t attend the NAALJ Annual Conference in New York City next week but wish you could? Here’s a way you can view sessions without leaving home.
You’ll have the opportunity to view all Plenary Sessions plus one bonus breakout course each day. Programming will include the following sessions:
Note, no CLE offered in this format
Sunday, October 8, 2017
Conference Welcome & Guest Speaker Judge Jenny Rivera
Plenary Session 1:
Procedural Justice as an Approach to Case Management
Plenary Session 2: The Groundbreaking Science of Forensic Linguistics
Monday, October 9, 2017
State Administrative Decisions Census:
Demonstrating the Need for More Openness
Online Dispute Resolution and Expanding
Access to Justice
Implications of the Access to Justice Movement
for ALJs in States and Cities
The Central Panel Approach to Administrative
Adjudication: Research into Decision-Making Independence
and Cost Efficiencies
Breakout: LGBTQ Issues: What You Need to Know
Plenary Session 5: Rolling Back the Shadows: Ensuring Fairness for the Immigrant Community in Administrative Law Tribunals
Tuesday, October 10, 2017
Plenary Session 6: Effective Communication Techniques
for Ensuring Due Process in Administrative Proceedings
Plenary Session 7: The Role of Administrative Law Tribunals
in Criminal Justice Reform Initiatives:
The Anatomy of the Criminal Justice Reform Act (CJRA)
Breakout: The Art and Science of Conflict Resolution, Settlement and Decision Making
Plenary Session 8: Diversity and Leadership on the Bench
Live stream conference sessions pricing:
$95 for all three days;
$50 for a single day.
To sign up for the live streaming sessions:
1) Send an email to email@example.com and enter in the subject line, “LIVE STREAM”.
2) Include your name, telephone number and email address.
3) A conference registrar will contact you to take your payment and send login instructions.
Looking forward to a great conference!
Hon. Cathy Bennett
2017 NAALJ Annual Conference Co-Chair
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