A new administration means new changes, new interpretations, and new guidance on the law. Now, more than ever, immigration attorneys need support from fellow practitioners to navigate through the uncertainty of the future of immigration practice. Make sure you're there this June to learn from your fellow colleagues and experts in the field and to take advantage of an information-filled CLE program, with over 140 substantive sessions in fundamentals-, intermediate-, advanced-, and masters level tracks.
Want to know what's happening when during AC17? Just refer to this handy calendar of activities. You'll see what sessions are taking place, what time, and where. More information will be added periodically as the conference date comes closer, so be sure to come back to this page as you make your AC17 plans.
Would you like more detailed information about the various programs and sessions taking place during AC17? Just refer to this preliminary program and begin planning your conference itinerary. The program will be updated periodically with conference speakers and other information, so be sure to come back to this page as the conference date nears.
AILA is pleased to announce a new, easier registration process in New Orleans using Cvent, an onsite event technology system. The system will provide a number of benefits for you, including the ability to change or correct your registration information. AILA will not be mailing out badge sheets and conference information in advance of the conference.
**Special Note on Booking Hotel Rooms: Please be aware of unofficial or scam solicitations for AILA housing reservations and/or other services related to the AILA Annual Conference. AILA will never call you to secure your AILA hotel reservation. AILA reservations can only be secured via the official hotel websites or the hotel phone numbers provided on Agora. **