NARSOL’s conference clock is ticking down

It’s not too late to register for the NARSOL conference in Atlanta, Georgia, June 20 – 23. Go to where you can register, view the schedule of events, and even book a hotel room. Follow the hotel link on the conference website to determine if rooms in the NARSOL block are still available.

At our conference, you can expect a safe and welcoming environment with many educational workshops and speakers with legal and advocacy expertise.  On Saturday night, there will be an awards banquet with entertainment and prizes that you do not want to miss.

If you can’t make it to the conference in Atlanta, we’ve got you covered there too! You can join us from the comfort of your own home! Just before the live stream begins, you’ll receive a special email with easy instructions on how to connect from your computer, laptop, or mobile device. (Don’t forget to check your spam folder, just in case!)

Plus, with the live stream option, you’ll have access to the recorded sessions for up to 90 days after the conference has ended. That means you can watch it whenever it’s most convenient for you, or re-watch your favorite parts with family and friends. NARSOL’s 2024 conference will be June 20th through 23rd. Please click the button below to go to the live stream sign up page.


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  1. AvatarTim in WI

    Interesting how the Tictoc ban is tied to the sex offender registry. Each is an application with the database as the foundation. Some Americans have filed suit confronting the US AG insisting Bytedance Inc. A CCP holding in China divest itself from its North American enterprise portion ( the infrastructure) of the social media site. Apparently the very same self servants who invented the database enterprise SOR in the first case have now been forced to acknowledge the real threat inherent at its foundational application(s). A Foundational limit that could have been explicitly checked in Smith V Doe minority opinion. That is the threat to liberty expressed therein.

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