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Hurry - the Early Bird Registration Deadline for the 2018 NABE Midyear Meeting is Friday, December 8!
You won't want to miss your chance to join the National Association of Bar Executives at the 2018 Midyear Meeting, January 30 - February 1, 2018, in Vancouver, BC! Click here to see the educational sessions and networking events planned for the conference. Early bird discounts end tomorrow, so register now.


Learn How to Make Your Bar Association More Accessible on December 13
Join your colleagues for the next NABE Classroom Webinar on December 13, at 1:00 pm Eastern/12:00 pm Central, and learn how to make your bar association more accessible. Pamela Hoopes, Deputy Director/Legal Director at the Minnesota Disability Law Center, will cover: the basic legal framework for accessibility; facility accessibility (both onsite and for private and public off-site events); programmatic accessibility for individuals with various needs; accessibility of online and printed materials; and service animals. She will also discuss proactive steps to improve accessibility, such as self-audit, and recommended resources that may be available to you in your state. Register for this session now. >> 

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