Who should attend this event?
Attendance at this event is open to all attorneys from public and private companies, firms, non-profits, government, and educational institutions. Scholarships are available - see below for more details.
How do I become a NAWL member?
If you are not already a member, simply sign up for the 2021 Mid-Year Meeting full program at the non-member rate which includes a 2020-2021 NAWL membership. If you are attending using a complimentary program sponsor pass, you may add membership on to the cost of your registration.
Is this event accredited? Can I earn CLE?
CLE is approved in Florida for 6.5 general credit hours, Georgia for 7 general credit hours, Illinois for 7.25 credit hours (including one professional responsibility credit for Mental Health and Substance Abuse), Ohio for a maximum of 6 credit hours, Texas for 7.25 credit hours, and Washington for 5.25 general credit hours with reciprocal credit approved in California, Connecticut, New York, and New Jersey.
Are there scholarships available?
NAWL will offer scholarship assistance for this conference to a limited number of participants who wish to attend but may not be able to do so due to cost considerations. The financial assistance covers the registration fee for the events on March 25-26, 2021.
The application process requires the applicant to demonstrate their eligibility and to provide a short essay setting forth the reasons why she/he believes she/he is an appropriate candidate for receiving scholarship funds, including how the conference will benefit her/him, and information regarding financial need.
Applicants should send materials to Chelsea Robinson at email@example.com Applications are due by Friday, March 5, 2021.
What is NAWL's cancellation policy?
Please send cancellation requests to NAWL by March 12, 2021, by email (firstname.lastname@example.org). Full refunds will be honored before or on March 12, 2021. No refunds will be issued after March 12, 2021.