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Welcome to the 2013 NAELA Annual Conference site. In the tabs that follow you will find all the information you need to determine this is the meeting for you. We are excited to offer such quality programming. There is something for everyone. Come hear the latest news in Elder and Special Needs Law and how to apply this practical knowledge when you get back to your office.
2013 Annual Conference Atlanta Dine Arounds
Your registration fee includes access to all general and breakout sessions, exhibit hall, Welcome Reception/Networking Event on Thursday evening, buffet breakfast on Friday and Saturday, annual business luncheon on Friday plus complimentary access to all recorded sessions post conference.
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on what attendees can expect at the Annual Conference.
Conference Material will be provided electronically - this year USB drives will not be produced
In lieu of a USB drive, session materials will be available for download on the 2013 NAELA Annual Conference website. There will be complimentary Internet access during the conference.
This year, as part of your registration for the Annual Conference, you will have unlimited, complimentary access to all audio-recorded sessions and materials from the conference after the meeting.
Keynote Address Speaker: Tony West, Acting Associate Attorney General
Title: The Federal Government’s Efforts to Combat Elder Abuse
Thursday, May 2 | 1:45 p.m.
The 2013 Annual Conference Planning Committee is pleased to announce that Acting Associate Attorney General, Tony West, will be one of the keynote speakers in Atlanta. Tony West was appointed the Acting Associate Attorney General of the United States on March 9, 2012. Previously, he was nominated by President Barack Obama to be the Assistant Attorney General for the Justice Department's Civil Division on January 22, 2009. He was confirmed as the head of the Civil Division by the U.S. Senate on April 20, 2009.
As the Acting Associate Attorney General, Mr. West's primary responsibility is to advise and assist the Attorney General and the Deputy Attorney General in formulating and implementing Departmental policies, and programs related to a broad range of issues, including civil litigation, federal and local law enforcement and public safety. Mr. West, the third ranking official at the agency, oversees the Department's civil litigating components (Antitrust Division, Civil Division, Civil Rights Division, Environment and Natural Resources Division, Tax Division, Community Relations Service, Executive Office of U.S. Trustees, Office of Information Policy and Foreign Settlement Claims Commission) and grant-making components (Office of Justice Programs, Office on Violence Against Women and Community Oriented Policing Services).
Registration information here.