Convention to Feature Communications Law, Regulatory Update Seminar:
The ARRL Letter
May 29, 2014
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Centennial Convention to Feature Communications Law and Regulatory Update Seminar:
A Communications Law and Regulatory Update
seminar will be a
featured program offering on Thursday, July 17, at the ARRL Centennial
http://arrl2014.org in Hartford, Connecticut.
ARRL General Counsel Chris Imlay, W3KD, and San Francisco Section
Government Liaison (and Volunteer Counsel) Bart Lee, K6VK, will be the
presenters. The ARRL National Legal Seminar will take place from 11 AM
until 4:30 PM.
All participants must sign up for the seminar in advance during the
Centennial Convention registration process. The fee for the three-day
admission is $75, which includes the special Thursday luncheon as
part of the activities. Attorneys planning to attend the Continuing
Legal Education seminar, must also complete a second registration
online. The fee is $125. Lee's law firm, Spiegel Liao & Kagay, is the
California-registered Continuing Legal Education (CLE) provider, and is
participating in the ARRL Centennial National Convention as a vendor.
Attorneys taking advantage of the CLE seminar must pay the fee, whether
or not they take advantage of the available Mandatory Continuing
Education (MCE) credit certification. For more information on the CLE
portion of this training track, contact Bart Lee
(415) 956-5959 ext 203.
Attendance at the afternoon (1:30 to 4:30 PM) session is on an
advance-registration, space-available basis to non-attorney Amateur
Radio operators who wish to become informed on various legal issues.
Non-attorney participants will not receive the resource book provided
to the attorney participants. Read more
The ARRL Letter
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