Sponsored by Community Associations Institute (CAI), the 2014 Community Association Law Seminar is a one-of-a-kind event exploring trends and practices in association law for attorneys, management professionals and other industry leaders. After attending CAI’s Law Seminar you will:
-- Be better prepared to deal with the pressing issues facing condominium and homeowner associations today.
-- Know how to plan for the next five years in the practice of association law.
-- Have a valuable, supportive network of colleagues around the country.
-- Receive a copy of the Law Seminar proceedings on CD to use as a reference.
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