Date(s) - 10/19/2017 - 10/20/2017
Visit the CAI National website here for more information and to register.
Room Block: $225 per night
Reservation link coming soon…
$135 | Register by Sept 30
$155 | Register after Sept 30
($25 off for the 3rd and additional registration from same association or company)
$175 | Register by Sept 30
$195 | Register after Sept 30
PRE-FORUM Optional Session Members
CID Law Course
$95 | Register by Sept 30
$110 | Register After Sept 30
PRE-FORUM Optional Session Nonmembers
CID Law Course
$130 | Register by Sept 30
$145 | Register After Sept 30
Thursday, October 19 –
Pre-forum Session: CID Law Course, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
California Legislative Action Committee Benefit Dinner, 6:00 pm
Friday, October 20 –
Legal Forum, 8:00 am – 4:30 pm (cocktail reception to follow)
- Critical updates on important legal requirements that impact how you work.
- Essential information on key legal developments that impact where you live.
Community association legal issues are the focus of a special, one-day event for community managers, association board members and other homeowners. The CAI Legal Forum is hosted by CAI’s eight California chapters and CAI’s California Legislative Action Committee. With more than 40 years of industry experience and a member network of homeowners, managers, attorneys and other business professionals greater than 33,000 strong, CAI is in a unique position to provide both a local focus and a global perspective on the issues that affect community association governance and operations.
The CAI Legal Forum offers two education programs—one for community managers and one for board members and other homeowner leaders. Sessions are presented by expert panels, including government officials, seasoned management professionals and members of the prestigious College of Community Association Lawyers, a professional organization that represents the very best attorneys in the industry.
Anyone who lives in, works for or provides services to a California community association will leave the event more informed, more engaged and better able to contribute to a successful community.
Hosted by CAI’s California Chapters and CAI’s California Legislative Action Committee.