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Step One: Are you Eligible to attend a NCLC Conference? You must certify that: 

  1. Neither I, nor anyone at my firm: (1) sue consumers on consumer debt; (2) advise businesses regarding debt collection or evictions involving consumers, or (3) represent landlords in evictions
  2. Neither I, nor anyone in my firm, defend any clients against FDCPA, TCPA, FCRA, or other consumer claims
  3. In the previous 5 years, I have not engaged in any of the activities described in the two preceding certifications, or I have sent a written explanation to attendance@nclc.org of any such work in the past 5 years. 
  4. I do not handle debt settlement matters, or if I do represent clients in debt settlement affairs, I do not engage in disqualifying conduct.*

Step Two: If so, please send an email to attendance@nclc.org to request a late registration. 

Note: After emailing the address above, our team will review your request, ask you to register if you are eligible to attend, and then add you to the virtual platform system. You will then receive a link and log-in information for our virtual conference platform. The process of registration and integration into the virtual conference platform may take up to 48 hours depending on the volume of late requests we receive. 

Conference Agenda 

Rates: Rates remain the same regardless of when you register

Standard $349
Discount 1 (NACA/NACBA) $315
Discount 2 (Non Prof/Gov) $279
Scholarship (Legal services/Next Gen) $175