March 11, 2019

Announcements

Call for Speakers, Programs, Authors, and Participants

Planning is underway for 2019, and the Section of State and Local Government Law wants YOU. There are several ways you can become more active, network, and credential yourself within the Section:

1) Put on a Program

The Section will be presenting at the following conferences in 2019:

Currently we are accepting program proposals for conferences and webinars. Submissions for Midyear, Spring, Land Use and Annual Meetings will be accepted through July 31. Submissions for the 2019 Fall Conference will be accepted through January 1, 2019. CLE webinar submissions will be considered ANYTIME. Miss a deadline? There is always the next conference.

2) Offer to Speak or Suggest a Topic

Maybe you are not in a position to put together a 3 - 4 speaker program, but you have a great topic idea or would like to present on a program. Let us know. If we like your idea we can help you put together a panel. Even if it is just you, our committees are always looking for speakers at telephonic committee meetings to update us on areas of interest. Submit your idea.

3) Publish

We are always looking for short articles for the State and Local Government Law News and the eNews; law review submissions for our esteemed law review, The Urban Lawyer; and books and book ideas for our publishing arm. Want to be published? If you have a fully formed book idea, please complete our book proposal form. If you have a short article, law review, or want to discuss these or posible book ideas, let us know what you have.

4) Join a Committee

Want to become more active but do not know where to start? Join one of our 16 committees, the lifeblood of the Section and a great way to become more active. Sign up for alerts and meeting notices, and if you want to find out how to become more active in a committee, reach out to the chairs.

5) Come to Our Conferences

We have great programs coming up in 2019. Make sure to join us to keep up on the latest in state & local goverment law. Visit our website often as meeting details develop. We will hold a seat for you!

Questions? Email Tamara Edmonds Askew or call 312.988.5652.