The American Association of Airport Executives, in cooperation with the law firm of Kaplan Kirsch & Rockwell LLP and the International Municipal Lawyers Association, is pleased to present the newly reformatted Airport Law Workshop.
The Workshop has long been regarded as the premier conference for both new and experienced lawyers (and those who need to understand airport law) to learn from experts the fundamental legal principles that underlie virtually all aspects of airport operations and development. This workshop is the only conference that combines a thorough review of the basics of airport law with an update on recent legal developments. For the first time ever conducted in an interactive virtual format, the instructors are seasoned practitioners with decades of experience and in-depth understanding of the federal laws, regulations, and policies that govern public-use airports. Continuing legal education credits can be sought in most states.
This workshop is designed for both experienced and relatively new practitioners. The content is taught in plain English and is not limited to lawyers. While more than half of the attendees are lawyers, participants always include those involved in airport administration, operations, planning, finance, property, environmental management, or security. Senior airport managers and commissioners or board members attend as well.
The workshop is one of a kind. Don't miss your chance to attend and take advantage of this opportunity to gain valuable insight and information that you can put to use immediately, all right from your desk!
The Airport Law Update 2020 contains materials related to the subjects presented during the virtual Airport Law Workshop. This abridged version of the annual Airport Law Desk Reference, contains critical updates on airport law for 2020 that every airport lawyer or executive needs to know. It includes new regulations, statutes, policies, case law and key secondary sources. Past attendees have reported that this book is kept as a well-used reference on their desks. Attendees who sign up for all five sessions will receive a copy by mail. Sign up at least two weeks prior to the workshop to ensure you receive it before the first session!
We have applied for CLE accreditation in many states and because our co-sponsor IMLA is an accredited CLE provider in every state, attendees should have no difficulty securing CLE credit in every state. Check the list of approved states.
These sessions will be recorded and available for registered participants upon request. If you are going to miss one and are registered for the series, please contact Jonna Thoma, AAAE.
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