The Theme is Empowerment!
2019 National Aging and Law Conference
We invite you to sponsor or exhibit at the 2019 National Aging and Law Conference (NALC). NALC brings together attorneys, advocates, policy experts, and legal service development and delivery experts from across the country. The thing that sets NALC apart from other conferences on law and aging is a focus on issues impacting low to moderate income clients and the advocates that provide services to them. NALC is the only national conference that focuses on poverty elder law.
The 2019 National Aging and Law Conference will be held October 31 to November 1 at the Crystal Gateway Marriott in Arlington, Virginia. This is the sixth year that the ABA Commission on Law and Aging has hosted the conference. The agenda will feature 30 workshops and four plenary sessions — please visit the Conference website to see the agenda. (coming soon) This venue allows us to grow to 300 attendees.
Sponsors and Exhibitors will have tables just outside the workshop rooms and ballroom. All meeting spaces, registration and exhibitor areas are on the same floor. Conference registration went up just $10 and the hotel room rate is a low $179 per night.
The 2018 National Aging and Law Conference was a success with over 225 registered attendees from 40 states. About 80% of the attendees in 2018 were employed by legal aid, non-profit, and government agencies. Reviews from the Conference are overwhelmingly positive. Because our audience is primarily legal aid, non-profit, and government staff, we work to keep the cost of attendance as low as possible. Sponsors and exhibitors help us cover the actual costs of hosting the program and keep registration fees as low as possible. Your participation in NALC as a sponsor or exhibitor helps make the conference possible.
For detailed sponsorship and exhibitor and information view our sponsors and exhibitors brochure.
Please direct sponsorship inquiries to: E-mail David.Godfrey@Americanbar.org with questions related to exhibitor or sponsorship at the 2019 National Aging and Law Conference.