For a list of things to do, places to see, and where to eat check out the Consumer Rights Litigation Conference Travel Blog sponsored by the Seattle Host Committee: http://crlcseattle.wordpress.com/
Network Socialize Enjoy
Thursday Welcome Reception
Meet and greet old and new friends and colleagues at a reception following the Opening Plenary.
Experienced consumer attorneys will lead groups of first-time attendees to dinner in Seattle after the Opening Reception. It's a good way to meet experienced consumer attorneys as well as other first-timers. Participants pick up their own tabs. Pre-registration requested to facilitate making restaurant reservations in advance. More information will be available closer to the time of the conference. Thanks to Steve Gardner, Center for Science in the Public Interest, for organizing this networking opportunity.
Friday Minority Lunch - Special luncheon for advocates of color to network and discuss common issues of interest.
Networking Lunches - Self-directed affinity lunches give attendees an opportunity to meet those with common interests, be it home state, practice area, type or size of practice, or other shared interest. We'll email more information to conference registrants before the conference.
Friday Evening - NACA Annual Meeting, Media and Trial Advocacy Awards, and Silent Auction.
Saturday Awards Luncheon - Don't miss NCLC's inspirational Countryman Award presentation, and our keynote speaker.
Consumer Class Action Symposium Reception
Symposium registrants (and others who pre-register for the event) will enjoy this cocktail event at one of Seattle's points of interest. Sponsored by Terrell Marshall Daudt & Willie PLLC.
Reception for Legal Services
Legal service and public interest attorneys will have an opportunity for a fun evening with their conference colleagues. Generously hosted by the Law Office of Robert W. Murphy, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.
Watch for details at the conference.
Photo: Pike Place Market.