The Premier Gathering for Industry Professionals

CAI's Community Association Law Seminar is brought to you by the College of Community Association Lawyers (CCAL), one of the most respected groups of community association law professionals in the world. CCAL is celebrating 25 years of its affiliation this year, as well!

This exclusive annual event is developed with excellence in mind, comprising high-level presentations from experts and professionals to keep you up to date on the latest statutes, laws, and legal trends that directly affect your practice. Only the most pertinent topics to your community association clients are covered during this two-day event—ethics, debt collection best practices, mediation techniques, cybersecurity, Fair Housing Act issues, and more. Not only will you be briefed on everything you need to know for the coming year, you’ll earn MCLE credit to fulfill your state’s continuing education requirements.

Join your peers in the highest echelon of community association law practice. Come for the information you can’t find anywhere else, stay for the MCLEs and networking.

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College Of Community Association Lawyers (CCAL)

The College of Community Association Lawyers (“College” or “CCAL”) includes lawyers who have demonstrated skill, experience, and high standards of professional and ethical conduct in the practice of community association law, and who are dedicated to excellence in the specialized practice of community association law. The College provides advanced professional educational programs to its fellows and identifies and contributes to the solution of community association legal challenges. It is a collegial forum for the exchange and development of ideas by some of the most knowledgeable attorneys in community association law.

» For more information about CCAL or for a membership application, visit caionline.org/CCAL.

NEW! Get Involved with our Community Service Project

CAI is teaming up with NetWork Volunteers on Jan. 24-25 at the Law Seminar hotel venue to build "Living Kits" for those experiencing homelessness in New Orleans. Why? Homelessness is a persistent issue in New Orleans and has been exacerbated by natural disasters and rising rental and home prices. Due to this increase in homelessness, many of the local shelters struggle to provide basic services and resources to the New Orleans citizens in need.

These “living kits” consist of a toothbrush, toothpaste, comb, deodorant, snack, water, and a drawstring bag.

Volunteers will prepare these kits to be donated to local shelters throughout the city. Keep an eye out for signage and communications on where the kits will be prepared on Jan. 24-25!

Optional Half-Day Program

An optional, half-day program will be held on Wednesday, Jan. 23, prior to the Law Seminar and has two tracks (partner and associate). Registration for the program, which includes two education sessions, is an additional fee.

Insurance Masters Program

CCAL fellows and Community Insurance and Risk Management Specialists (CIRMS) are pleased to bring back the CIRMS Insurance Masters Program, conducted concurrently with the Law Seminar. The program is for the  experienced insurance professional and goes beyond the basics of community association insurance to include risk management and legal issues, and the sessions are taught at a "masters" level by community association insurance experts. Space is limited. Registration for the Law Seminar includes the CIRMS Insurance Masters Program.

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